Chapter 2. Soldiers Become Casualties: Doctors' Accounts of the Sars Epidemic
- Brian Hurwitz1,
- Trisha Greenhalgh2 and
- Vieda Skultans3
Published Online: 14 JAN 2008
Copyright © 2004 by BMA
Narrative Research in Health and Illness
How to Cite
Wu, E., Rapport, F., Jones, K. and Greenhalgh, T. (2004) Soldiers Become Casualties: Doctors' Accounts of the Sars Epidemic, in Narrative Research in Health and Illness (eds B. Hurwitz, T. Greenhalgh and V. Skultans), Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Malden, Massachusetts, USA. doi: 10.1002/9780470755167.ch3
Professor of Medicine and the Arts, Department of English, King's College London, UK
Professor of Primary Health Care, University College London, UK
Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Bristol, UK
- Published Online: 14 JAN 2008
- Published Print: 1 JAN 2004
Print ISBN: 9780727917928
Online ISBN: 9780470755167
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