Health Care: A Community Concern?

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Index
Access, x, 4, 11, 53, 55, 58, 61, 167, 206, 252, 289, 290, 305, 319
Accidents, 145-48 mortality rates, 145
Achieving Health for All by the Year 2000,56, 206
Activism (social), Quebec, 252
Acute care, 4, 12, 61
Adjustment to Canadian society, 149-51, 270
Advocacy, 99, 101, 176, 265
Ambulatory medical care 108, 228
At-risk (consumer) groups, 117, 119, 145
Attitude change, xi, 18, 23, 43, 239, 273, 305, 319
Barriers, 41, 239
to health promotion, 208, 217
to persons with disabilities, 264
to public health development, 121
to system change, 257-58
Biological risk factors, 59, 145, 205
Biomedical model of care, x, 4, 12, 55, 60, 65, 66, 71, 78, 135, 137, 187, 208, 261, 262,315,319
in continuing care, 132, 291
defined, 323
medicalization of services, 291
in public health, 118, 120, 123, 290
See also clinical and medical models
Boundaries
expansion of, 288
geographic, 306
identifying boundaries and member organizations in the system, 289, 293-95
Bureaucracy, 21, 43
bureaucratic practice, 200-1
clerical, 158, 160, 162, 166, 276
dependency on, 294
dominance over mentally handicapped persons, 263
growing, 20, 155, 159-60, 161, 276
planning and implementation of programs, x, 48
politicization of senior positions, 165
reform, 155-66
reluctance to delegate, 308
resistance to consumer involvement, 23
response to review of the mission, 54
Cabinet control, 165-66
Canada Assistance Plan, 15-16, 32-33, 169, 242,246,282,299
Canada Health Act, 3, 11, 42, 55, 58, 67, 172, 205, 242, 290, 293
principles of, 61, 78
Caregivers, 133, 137
Case management, 132, 137, 230
Charities, 19, 20
Charter of Rights and Freedoms, xi, 18, 40, 172, 239, 261
Chiropractors, 85
Chronic care, 125
Citizenship
full or enhanced, xi, 40, 261
rights, 18, 23, 239, 317
Civil service. See Bureaucracy
Collaboration (intersectoral), 207
Collectivism
commitment to, 18, 155, 156, 239, 252, 295, 301, 317, 320
defined, 324
reluctant, 29, 35, 252
system, 276, 287, 290, 318-20
Collectivist health care, ix, xi, 6, 10, 12, 47, 53, 162, 239, 249, 293, 295, 321
biomedical model, 4, 293
developed model of organization, 288, 292

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