6 edition of The Politics of Healthcare in Britain found in the catalog.
The Politics of Healthcare in Britain
January 17, 2008
by Sage Publications Ltd
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
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The Politics of Healthcare in Britain 'This is an excellent textbook for which there is currently a niche in the market. The chapters on rationing, professionalism, politics of clinical knowledge and the politics of democracy and participation are particularly strong and will be invaluable to students of health policy, health studies and health service research' - Professor Michael Calnan.
Written by leading academics in their field this book provides a clear and considered overview of the politics of health care in Britain. Bringing together a wide range of material on both past events and recent developments, the chapters cover issues such as the politics of health professionalism, clinical knowledge, and organization and management.
The Politics of Healthcare in Britain is a timely and authoritative textbook that covers a key topic of the curriculum whilst also contributing to topical debates. The book will be essential reading for students of social policy, health policy, public policy and nursing.
Get this from a library. The politics of healthcare in Britain. [Stephen Harrison; Ruth McDonald] -- This title is a timely and authoritative book which critically examines the core issues underpinning health policy and the NHS in Britain.
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"The Politics of Healthcare Policy Making." In The Politics of Healthcare in Britain, London: SAGE Publications Ltd, doi: /n6. Harrison, S & McDonald, R'The politics of healthcare policy making', in The politics of healthcare in britain, SAGE Publications Ltd, London, pp.viewed 16 June 1st Edition Published on J by Routledge Covers Britain's National Health Service: its policy and structure.
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Here, Dr George Campbell Gosling explores what it was like to be asked to pay for. Harrison and McDonald's text, The Politics of Healthcare in Britain, is a worthy exception. Instead of burying us in details of obscure acts of Parliament and the complexities of public–private relations in Britain, they take the more helpful tack of offering us a variety of public policy frameworks with which to evaluate the British experience.
British citizens living in the EU remain confused and worried about their post-Brexit healthcare and pension provision, despite the fact that both issues were settled satisfactorily in the.By comparing the health care reform experiences of Britain, Germany, and the United States in the s, Susan Giaimo finds that countries have pursued diverse policy responses and that such variations reflect distinctive institutions, actors, and reform politics in each country.