Health Professions and the State in Europe

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Terry Johnson, Gerry Larkin, Mike Saks
Taylor & Francis, Nov 17, 1994 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
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Many professions today are in a state of transition, with changes being imposed on them by governments and other agencies. Focusing on this theme of change Health Professions and the State in Europe explains and illuminates the specific relationship between health professions and the state. The editors and contributors, all experts in the field, present an overview of the current situation in eight different countries in Europe, covering such topical issues as the impact on the health professions of market policies, performance and quality measures, and challenges to professional monopolies and expertise. With its international and comparative perspective, the book enhances our understanding of the interplay between health professions and the state in different national contexts.

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About the author (1994)

Terry Johnson is the author and director of many plays, including Dead Funny, Hysteria, and Hitchcock Blonde. His plays have been performed all over Europe and the United States, and have won him many awards.

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