by National Council for Public Health, Public Relations Dept. in Zoetermeer .
Written in English
|Statement||Y.W. van Kemenade.|
|Series||Publication ;, 1/ʼ93, Publikatie (Nationale Raad voor de Volksgezondheid (Netherlands)) ;, 93/1.|
|Contributions||Nationale Raad voor de Volksgezondheid (Netherlands)|
|LC Classifications||RA395.E84 K46 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||93191508|
Keywords HOME CARE SERVICES – trends DELIVERY OF HEALTH CARE – trends AGED DISABLED PERSONS HEALTH POLICY EUROPE ISBN 92 9 Abstract Demographic, epidemiological, social, and cultural trends in European countriesFile Size: 1MB. The last three chapters are about the doctors, the users and public health. The author reminds us that health care systems being the means by which states ensure the supply of medical services to populations, he says that “to all intents and purposes, . Health care is a very important in US and Government spends a good amount of its GDP on benefits and services related to health care. UK is the leading and the largest in the health care industry. British nationals and visitors from Europe are given free health care benefits. Reports show that Denmark spends around 10% of its GDP on health care. Objective and structure of this book 1 Challenges of home care in Europe 2 Definition of home care 9 Conceptual framework 10 Problem and research questions 13 Methods 13 What was known about home care in Europe 15 What this book adds to the current knowledge 20 Chapter 2 The policy perspective 25File Size: 1MB.
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