The economics of public health care reform

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  • Oxfam bookshop victoria health care reform will be a key fiscal policy challenge in both advanced and emerging economies in coming yearssee oxfam website for delivery information read more

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  • Wohl's book covers all aspects of the subject of public health in britain in this important period comprehensivelyoxfam books & music lichfield endangered lives is a penetrating examination of the nature of the public health problem in victorian britain and of the measures taken at both central and local government levels to improve public healthessential reading for anyone interested in any aspect of victorian societysee oxfam website for delivery information read more

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  • The tyranny of public discourse abraham lincoln's six-element antidote for meaningful and persuasive by david hirsch (paperback, ) delivery uk delivery is usually within 10 to 12 working daysinternational delivery varies by country, please see the wordery store help page for details

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  • The a-z of family health is interesting reading covering all subjects, very good condition 26 volumes would make a good present at around 50p each

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  • Oxfam original liverpool our book, johnson: womens health care handbook, publishing in a new 2nd edition in october, , is one of the better-selling books in the burgeoning area of womens health careeach of the 64 cases presents a clinical scenario on an important womens health issue and is followed by 3-5 clinical questions that stem from the presentation and lead the reader to the final diagnosisseveral key learning points are presented for each case in order to summarize the core clinical points being illustratedsee oxfam website for delivery information read moreveet is a case scenarios book and is a nice complement to johnson

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  • Generally considered a method to gain publicity, public relations has previously been subjected to severe limitationspublic relations provides the means to communicate your ideas and get them accepted--a skill vitally necessary when dealing with new ideasron hubbard's refinement of public relations not only makes it indispensable for any group or any individual, but removes the previously inherent limitationscontact us today to order your copyit is how to gain support for your projects and endeavoursthis was a field that lacked certain key elements necessary to its successnow, because of important discoveries in scientology, advances have made the entire activity significantly more useful and effectivealthough the full technology is extensive, the basic principles covered here will be of immense value to anyone with a worthwhile purpose

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  • Oxfam bookshop cheltenham political correctness and the corruption of public debate in modern britainsee oxfam website for delivery information read more

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  • Oxfam bookshop hove thirty years after lyndon johnson declared a war on poverty, the united states still lags behind most western democracies in national welfare systems, lacking such basic programs as national health insurance and child care supportthis shift of emphasis eventually alienated white, working-class americans, who had some of the same needs-for health care, subsidized housing, and job training opportunities-but who got very little from these programsit is racism that has undermined the war on poverty, and america must come to terms with this history if there is to be any hope of addressing welfare reform todayturning to lyndon johnson's "unconditional war on poverty," she contends that though anti-poverty programs for job training, community action, health care, housing, and education have accomplished much, they have not been fully realized because they became inextricably intertwined with the civil rights movement of the s, which triggered a white backlash" yet instead of finally instituting full democratic rights for all its citizens, the policies enacted in that turbulent decade failed dismallyfrom reconstruction to lyndon johnson and beyond, quadagno reveals how american social policy has continually foundered on issues of racedrawing on extensive primary research, quadagno shows, for instance, how roosevelt, in need of support from southern congressmen, excluded african americans from the core programs of the social security actat the same time, affirmative action clashed openly with organized labor, and equal housing raised protests from the white suburban middle-class, who didn't want their neighborhoods integratedsee oxfam website for delivery information read morehe realized that his grand plan for welfare reform, the family assistance plan, threatened to undermine wages in the south and alienate the republican party's new constituency-white, southern democrats-and therefore dropped itthe color of welfare reveals the root cause of this failure-the inability to address racial inequalitysome critics have explained the failure of social programs by citing our tradition of individual freedom and libertarian values, while others point to weaknesses within the working classin the color of welfare, jill quadagno takes exception to these claims, placing race at the centre of the "american dilemma," as swedish economist gunnar myrdal did half a century agoin the s, the united states embarked on a journey to resolve the "american dilemmaquadagno shows that nixon, who initially supported many of johnson's programs, eventually caught on that the white middle class was disenchantedthe "american creed" of liberty, justice, and equality clashed with a history of active racial discrimination, says quadagnojob training programs, for instance, became affirmative action programs, programs to improve housing became programs to integrate housing, programs that began as community action to upgrade the quality of life in the cities were taken over by local civil rights groups

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  • Illustrated with figures, graphs, and tables, this book is essential for practitioners and officials in both palliative and public health carepain and palliative care in the developing world and marginalized populations: a global challenge addresses issues of vital importance for the global health care community, such as: why do so many people in the developing world suffer excruciating pain for months and years, when simple inexpensive medication could make them comfortable? they get mri scans; why don't they have access to palliative care? why do some palliative care programs fail to reach the needy? how could a palliative care delivery system be adapted to local needs? why are medical and nursing students not taught the fundamentals of pain management? what direction should palliative care education take? could health care resources be channeled to deliver care in a more just and equitable manner? this book chronicles the efforts of ambitious pain management care professionals to confront these questions, working toward an end to needless, preventable pain and sufferingthis essential volume includes a foreword written by a world leader in palliative care-jan stjernsward, former chief of the cancer and palliative care program of the world health organization and currently international director of the oxford international centre for palliative care in the united kingdomall proceeds from sales of this book will be used to support the growth of palliative care programs in indiaoxfam shop dumfries essential information for anyone involved in palliative care programs for deprived patients! in this comprehensive resource, leading healthcare professionals describe pioneering work on the front lines of pain and palliative care service planning and implementation for underserved populationsthis indispensable manual discusses palliative care programs in developing countries such as india, chile, argentina, saudi arabia, thailand, hong kong, malaysia, and othersthis book provides you with true accounts of palliative care programs from around the world to help you meet the needs of disadvantaged clientspain and palliative care in the developing world and marginalized populations: a global challenge explores the challenges and barriers preventing satisfactory pain management for patients who urgently need itpain and palliative care in the developing world and marginalized populations also offers an important look at pain management programs geared toward several specific underserved populations in both developing and developed countries, including native americans and inmates in a new zealand prisonit examines their programs, and acknowledges their successes and failures to date, with commentaries by international expertssee oxfam website for delivery information read more

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  • Oxfam bookshop victoria based on a three-year course prepared by leon maclaren for the school of economic science in london in the late s, this book reassesses the first principles of economicsin his view, science is a study of laws that exist in nature, while economics is a study of the humanities with the interaction between human nature and the natural universe at its heartit concludes with an examination of society's structure as a whole, the part economic activity plays in the bigger picture, and the social and cultural influences that shape the production and distribution of wealthsee oxfam website for delivery information read moreleon maclaren () was a barrister, politician, philosopher, and the founder of the school of economic sciencewith original subject matter from his economic course and introducing more recent examples and statistics from australia, canada, new zealand, the uk, and the united states, the study examines the major characteristics of the modern economy-such as banking, taxation, and international trade-and considers the role of the government in economic affairs

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  • Most public discourse about excessive police violence focuses, understandably, on the horrors of civilian deaths

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  • By reflecting upon the economics at the beginning of the¬†industrial revolution, the book touches upon such broad topics as the¬†division of labour,¬†productivity, and¬†free marketsfirst published in , the book offers one of the world's first collected descriptions of what builds nations'¬†wealth, and is today a fundamental work in¬†classical economicsshelf wear to top and bottom edges of spine and boardsvarious scuffs and marks to boardscreases to lower leading corners of first few leaves of text block, which is otherwise clean and tight and lightly but evenly tannedoxfam bookshop newport generally referred to by its shortened title, the wealth of nations, this is the¬†magnum opus¬†of the¬†scottish¬†economist¬†and moral¬†philosopher¬†adam smithbuff cloth covered boards with blind embossed design to front and gilt text to spine, which is discoloureddecorated endpapers (everyman design)neatly inked name to front free endpaper¬† see oxfam website for delivery information read more

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  • Medicine & public health through time - revisiocondition is like newdispatched with royal mail 2nd classby patterson, derek paperback

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  • The title is health care in the next curve: transforming a dysfunctional industrybelow is a more detailed summary of this specific item for salethe item format is a book hardbackfor example: idz

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  • economics of the welfare state by ndispatched with royal mail 1st classcondition is goodbarr (paperback, )

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  • Oxfam bookshop carlisle boethius was an eminent public figure under the gothic emperor theodoric, and an exceptional greek scholarher instruction on the nature of fortune and happiness, good and evil, fate and free will, restore his health and bring him to enlightenmentwhen he became involved in a conspiracy and was imprisoned in pavia, it was to the greek philosophers that he turnedit is a dialogue of alternating prose and verse between the ailing prisoner and his 'nurse' philosophythis folio edition is the v¬†the consolation was extremely popular throughout medieval europe and his ideas were influential on the thought of chaucer and dantesee oxfam website for delivery information read more¬† the consolation¬†was written in the period leading up to his brutal executionwatts translation, with a preface by brian kenabook and slipcase are in excellent condition

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  • economics of resources agriculture and food by wesley d seitz gerald c nelson harold g halcrow has some creases on cover, otherwise condition is very good read more

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  • Kymco health care mobility scooterincludes weather cape and large basket(payed over ¬£ new) read moreonly used a small number of timesplease contact me with any questionsin excellent condition

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  • Visco top cushion hfc129 by harvest health care; multilayer foam delivers outstanding performance; visco elastic foam improves user comfort - designed to redistribute users weight; suitable for any type of chair - wheelchair, comfort chair, etcnow greatly reducedexcellent condition - hardly been used - like new; absolute bargain (rrp ¬£50- check prices) buyer to collect from boltonmaximum weight 17stcash on collection pleasecan dispatch but p&p would be ¬£7 due to size

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  • Obviously public health is paramount due to the current pandemicthat's to protect us both

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  • Supportive care in heart failure integrates the complexities of heart failure care, bridging knowledge bases from cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery, general medicine and palliative carebut by applying the principles of palliative medicine, it is possible to offer a supportive care approach that synthesizes the experience of both the heart failure specialist and the palliative care physician, and offers the best possible quality of care to this group of patientsit has become evident that supportive care is integral to comprehensive heart failure care, and this book provides an evidence-based overview of heart failure aetiology, its management, and the supportive care required by patients throughout the course of their diseasethe care of this group of patients has evolved significantly over recent years as our knowledge and understanding of the pathophysiology of heart failure¬†has developedit addresses the evaluation and management of quality of life, common symptoms and problems associated with heart failure, and the¬†holistic approach to supportive care throughout the course of the illness through the end of lifeprognostication, communication, and ethical decision making are reviewed in detailoxfam shop dumfries heart failure occurs in almost epidemic proportions, placing a huge burden on both the healthcare system, and sufferers and their familiessee oxfam website for delivery information read morethis can only rise over coming years as the ageing population, particularly in industrialized countries, increasingly suffers from heart failure and its related comorbiditiesheart failure has traditionally presented a challenge to physicians, as a generally progressive condition with significant symptoms, a poor quality of life, and high mortalitythe book reviews essential information about epidemiology and pathophysiology of heart failure, and evidence-based medical, device, surgical and interdisciplinary management

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  • The ottoman reform movement launched in and the growing european presence in the middle east contributed to the disintegration of the traditional lebanese social order based on a hierarchy that bridged religious differencesmakdisi's book is important to our understanding of lebanese society today, but it also makes a significant contribution to the discussion of the importance of religious discourse in the formation and dissolution of social and national identities in the modern world¬† condition good, some minor warping to front cover as can be seen in digital imagesee oxfam website for delivery information read moremakdisi argues that sectarianism represented a deliberate mobilization of religious identities for political and social purposeshis study challenges those who have viewed sectarian violence as an islamic response to westernization or simply as a product of social and economic inequities among religious groupsoxfam bookshop knutsford focusing on ottoman lebanon, ussama makdisi shows how sectarianism was a manifestation of modernity that transcended the physical boundaries of a particular countrymakdisi highlights how european colonialism and orientalism, with their emphasis on christian salvation and islamic despotism, and ottoman and local nationalisms each created and used narratives of sectarianism as foils to their own visions of modernity and to their own projects of colonial, imperial, and national developmentthe religious violence of the nineteenth century, which culminated in sectarian mobilizations and massacres in , was a complex, multilayered, subaltern expression of modernization, he says, not a primordial reaction to it

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  • Together, the papers provide an historical and philosophical analysis of the present state of assessment in art and design in our schools and colleges, and significantly, they map out some possible directions for reformsee oxfam website for delivery information read morethis collection of essays examines the principal issues as they relate to the main phases of formal education, from primary to post-compulsoryoxfam bookshop raeburn place with its inevitable dependency on the essential, and often contested, nature of art, the subject of assessment or evaluation in art and design education remains a matter of continuing controversy


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  • But is this enough to keep her safe? a leader of religious reform and the first woman to publish in english, kateryn stands out as an independent woman with a mind of her ownbut she cannot save the protestants, under threat for their faith, and henry's dangerous gaze turns on herkateryn has no doubt about the danger she faces: the previous queen lasted sixteen months, the one before barely half a yearsee oxfam website for delivery information read morekateryn parr, a thirty-year-old widow in a secret affair with a new lover, has no choice when a man old enough to be her father who has buried four wives - king henry viii - commands her to marry himthe traditional churchmen and rivals for power accuse her of heresy - the punishment is death by fire and the king's name is on the warrantbut henry adores his new bride and kateryn's trust in him grows as she unites the royal family, creates a radical study circle at the heart of the court, and rules the kingdom as regentoxfam shop colne road why would a woman marry a serial killer? because she cannot refusefrom an author who has described all of henry's queens comes a deeply intimate portrayal of the last: a woman who longed for passion, power and education at the court of a medieval killer

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  • The economy also collapsed and with it the imperial coinage, a desperate situation which was only partially alleviated by the currency reform of aurelian undertaken late in his reignthe complexities of the mint attributes in this chaotic period - lacking as the do in almost instance the name or initial of the responsible mint - have been dealt with in light of recent scholarshipthis third volume continues the comprehensive revision of this era, and covers in detail the next fifty years; a very different period during which the empire came perilously close to total disintegration under the pressure of foreign invasions and seemingly interminable civil war

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  • Leadership in health care 4th editionjill barr and lesley dowdingbought as student midwife but not usedlovely clean item no marks or issues

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  • Oxfam shop hull in august , a huge crowd gathered on st peter's field in manchester to discuss parliamentary reform under the chairmanship of henry huntbefore the proceedings could begin, the crowd was savagely dispersedsee oxfam website for delivery information read morethis is an evaluation of one of the most important and controversial political events in british history

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  • As the vietnam war created a critical flashpoint, bringing the idea of american imperialism into the us mainstream, radical students of the new left turned toward marxist critiques, admiring revolutionaries like che guevara√≥ how did this dramatic change come about?tracing the emergence of the concept of us imperialism, james gsee oxfam website for delivery information read moresimultaneously, a small school of revisionist scholars, led by historian william appleman williams at the university of wisconsin, put forward a progressive, nuanced critique of american empire grounded in psychology, economics, and broader historical contextbut just a few decades earlier, this position was considered radical and even √≤un-americanoxfam bookshop knutsford the idea that the united states-a nation founded after a war of independence-operates as an imperialist power on the world stage has gained considerable traction since the turn of the twenty-first centuryit is this more sophisticated strand of thinking, morgan argues, which demonstrated that empire can be an effective analytical framework for studying us foreign policy, thus convincing american scholars to engage with the subject seriously for the first timemorgan shows how radical and revisionist scholars in the s and s first challenged the paradigm of denying an american empire

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  • The book includes early critiques of various approaches to philosophy and the role of philosophers, followed by controversial works on the moral status of animals, infanticide, euthanasia, the allocation of scarce health care resources, embryo experimentation, environmental responsibility, and reflections on how we should liveoxfam shop dumfries unsanctifying human life¬†offers a collection of singer's best and most challenging articles from to the presentsee oxfam website for delivery information read more

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  • Vitruvius scoticus plans, elevations, and sections of public buildings, noblemen's and gentlemen's h by william adam (paperback, ) delivery uk delivery is usually within 12 to 14 working daysinternational delivery varies by country, please see the wordery store help page for details

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