Optimal Management of Health Care Organisations

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A. I. Irinoye
Spectrum Books, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 396 pages
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A multi-contributory book by scholars and pratitioners meant to fill a gap in the literature on health care, especially health care management, in Nigeria. Contents: the categorisation of health care organisations; the relationship between population and heath in Nigeria; the ethics of medical practice and medical education; the role of communication in health care management; health care management from economic or marketing perspectives; the formulation and implementation of strategic health care management; the National Health Insurance Scheme in Nigeria and the need for mass participation therein; the role of the pharmacists in medication use and drug utilisation; the meaning, causes and management of stress in human organisations; the relationship between socio-economic and socio demographic variable of individuals and health care; legal aspects of health care management; human health and the environment; implications of globalisation on health; and the efforts of the government in reforming the health sector.

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