This paper will consider three areas in which social class and status have important implications for public health: 1) The differential distribution of disease and consequent evaluations of appropriate foci of public-health interest and activity; 2) The functioning of interpersonal relations within the health team and between team and public; 3) The congruence between public-health precepts and felt needs of the public at whom these precepts are directed.

This content is only available as a PDF.
You do not currently have access to this content.