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Circumpolar health supplement (CHS) publication series.

CHS is a new independent publication series featuring a wide variety of material in the field of circumpolar health and wellbeing, including reports, monographs, PhD theses, abstracts, conference publications, and books. The series is designed to provide material that is valuable to health care professionals, officials, and decision makers or otherwise useful for health care development in the circumpolar areas. It is produced in Oulu, Finland, by the International Association of Circumpolar Health Publishers (IACHP), who also produce the International Journal of Circumpolar Health. IACHP plans to publish a varying number of supplements annually, depending on client and collaborator needs.

The series currently includes three volumes: Indigenous Peoples of Northern Russia: Anthropology and Health, by Andrew Kozlov, Galina Vershubsky, and Maria Kozlova (CHS No. 1, 2007); Dietary Transition and Contaminants in the Arctic: Emphasis on Greenland, by Jens C. Hansen, Bente Deutch, and Jon [empty set]yvind Odland (CHS No. 2, 2008); and Circumpolar Health Indicators: Sources, Data and Maps, by T. Kue Young (CHS No. 3, 2008).

The supplements are available for 40 Euros each from the International Association of Circumpolar Health Publishers.Aapistie 1, FI-90220 Oulu, Finland, E-mail: ijch@oulu.fi. The order form can be downloaded at www.ijch.fi.

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Title Annotation:NORTHERN NEWS
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Article Type:Brief article
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Date:Sep 1, 2008
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