Do We Care?: Renewing Canada's Commitment to Health (Hardback)Margaret Somerville (editor)
Hardback 160 Pages / Published: 01/05/1999
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Examines the implications of health policy on five key areas: clinical practice, politics, economics, ethnics and law, and proposes new directions for Canadian health care. One of Canada's preeminent social thinkers, John Ralston Saul, begins the book with a reminder that public policy can be successful only when driven by the humanistic principles which fueled its formulation. Once saving money becomes a goal in itself, rather than "something we do on the side", public policy has little chance of survival. "Do We Care?" is the result of a conference entitled "Directions for Health Care: A framework for Sound Decisions" held in Toronto in October 1998.
Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 333 g
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