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MARGHERITA FRANCHI. 2015. The effects of social support, inclusion in social networks and alcohol consumption on depressive symptoms in the adult urban population of the UK and of Central and Eastern Europe. PhD thesis. UCL. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 21.09%
CHRISTINE GALE. 2015. Deinstitutionalisation of children in the region of Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CEE/CIS): A comparative case study of Bulgaria and Ukraine. PhD thesis. Bristol. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 15.01%
PIA HORVAT. 2014. Life course socioeconomic position, health behaviours and cognitive function in middle-aged and older persons in four Central and Eastern European populations […]. PhD thesis. London (UCL). Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 22.1%
YAOGUE HU. 2015. The role of alcohol consumption on physical functioning in middle-aged and older adults in Central and Eastern Europe. PhD thesis. London (UCL). Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 17.68%
ALEXANDRA KOZLOVA. 2014. Family support for meeting the needs of families with children in Eastern Europe (Lithuania, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine). DPhil thesis. Oxford. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 17.77%
G. LINDBERG. 2003. Welfare state regimes in East-Central Europe: Western vanity or Eastern reality? A comparative study of the Czech Republic and Hungary. D.Phil. thesis. Sussex. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 42.45%
R.A. MORENO SERRA. 2009. Economic evaluation of health care programmes and policies in developing and transition countries [including countries in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia]. PhD thesis. York. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 46.87%
ZLATKO NIKOLOSKI. 2011. Institutions, economic crises and welfare [with special reference to post-communist European states]. PhD thesis. London (UCL). Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 34.25%
HERSHA PATEL. 2018. Attitudes, understanding and compliance with cervical cancer screening in Eastern European migrants to England. PhD thesis. Leicester. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 5.89%
HYNEK PIKHART. 2000. Social and psychosocial determinants of self-rated health in seven countries of Central and Eastern Europe [Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary]. Ph.D. thesis. London (UCL). Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 39.13%
T. REED. 2003. The regulation of medicines in Central and Eastern Europe [with case studies of Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania]. D.Phil. thesis. Sussex. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 43.37%
M. ROSENMÖLLER. 2006. Contextual factors of health care reform: The creation of a network of independent physicians in two countries: Czech Republic and Estonia. Ph.D. thesis. London (LSHTM). Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 52.39%
DÉNES STEFLER. 2016. Dietary factors and all-cause and cardiovascular mortality in Eastern European cohorts. PhD thesis. UCL. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 13.72%
D. STUCKLER. 2009. Social causes of post-communist mortality: A macro-sociological analysis. PhD thesis. Cambridge. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 41.34%
TAAVI TILLMANN. 2018. Psychosocial and socioeconomic factors in the development of cardiovascular disease: A study of causality, mediation, international variation and prediction in predominantly Eastern European settings. PhD thesis. UCL. Added by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 2.76%
P. VANHUYSSE. 2003. Divide and pacify: The political economy of the welfare state in Hungary and Poland, 1989-1996. Ph.D. thesis. London (LSE). Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 44.2%
OLGA VIKHIREVA. 2012. Cardiovascular risk prediction in Central and Eastern Europe and former Soviet Union. PhD thesis. London (UCL). Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 24.22%
J. WALTON. 2003. Continuity or change? The balance of childcare provision in Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia 1985-2000. M.Phil. thesis. Bath. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 49.54%
E.A. WEBB. 2009. Life course socioeconomic circumstances and cardiovascular disease risk in Central and Eastern Europe. PhD thesis. London (UCL). Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 44.75%
SARAH G. ZAWACKI. 2019. A sense of injustice: Experiences of the Central and Eastern European Roma in accessing UK health and public services. PhD thesis. Durham. Added by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 3.87%
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