Pacific Child Health PDF Print

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Issue Editor:
Dr. Sitaleki Finau


Title
Guest Editorials
K. Buse; H. Larson, Pages 004-005

Original Papers
Convention on the rights of the child: implications for health and well-being of Pacific children.
K. Buse, H. Larson, Pages 006-012
Demographic trends and population issues: current and potential impact on child health
L. Lewis, S. Katoanga, Pages 013-017
Poverty and Pacific children: some data questions
J. Bryant-Tokalau, Pages 018-021
Weaning practices in rural and urban Vava'u, Tonga Island.
S. H. Laukau, Pages 022-026

Case Reports and Short Communications
School Entry Immunisation Act: the compliance of the Pohnpei Public School System
A. Lemuel, Pages 027-028
A child survival crash programme in Papua New Guinea
D. Rutstein, Pages 029-030
Challenges for eliminating vitamin A deficiency in Chuuk State, Micronesia
L. M. Ibarra, Pages 031-033
Baby-friendly hospital initiative, Lautoka, Fiji
M. Shrestha, T. McCaig, Pages 034-035

Conference Reports and Papers
Nutritional problems among Pacific island children
J. H. Paterson, Pages 036-042

Review Paper
Human milk - there's no other quite like it
P. McVeagh, Pages 043-051

Viewpoints and Perspectives
The value of Pacific children: perspectives for a way forward
S. A. Finau, Pages 052-063

Book Reviews
The State of Pacific Children 1993. Unicef/SPC
Reviewed by S. G. Karel, Pages 064-066
Facts for Life: A Communication Challenge. Peter Adamson et. al.
Reviewed by K. Buse

Pacific Health Institutions
Old school new programme: the Fiji School of Medicine 1994
J. I. Samisoni, Pages 067-071
Unicef in the Pacific: its priorities and concerns
H. Larson, K. Buse, Pages 074-074

Journal Abstracts
Pages 075-076

Letters to the Editor
Pages 077-080

PHD Editorials
S A Finau and R Hunton, Pages 083-083