Controversies about health have been a constant feature of New Zealand's political landscape. There have been tensions between governments and health care professionals; the public has a profound and frequently personal interest in issues of health ...
and health care; and there is now a wide range of health practitioners and providers of health and fitness related goods and services in an increasingly congested market. The book seeks to place this dynamic and controversial sector within a coherent and illuminating framework. This updated second edition of Health and Safety in Aotearoa New Zealand offers readers fascinating insights into issues of public health and the health care system in New Zealand. New material to this edition includes a chapter on Participation in Primary Care relating to a major shift in health policy and the delivery of primary care in New Zealand. Contributions to the book are made by researchers of international structure but with local application in the fields of public health and the social sciences.
Number of pages: 308
Date of publication: 01/10/2004
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