National Health Systems of the World: The Issues - Vol. 2

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Part One: - Resources 1
  • Chapter One - Physicians and Healers 3
  • References 17
  • Chapter Two - Nurses, Pharmacists, and Other Health Personnel 19
  • Part Two - Programs 37
  • References 43
  • Chapter Three - Health Facilities 46
  • References 60
  • Chapter Four - Health Commodities and Knowledge 61
  • References 74
  • Part Two - Programs 77
  • Chapter Five - Governmental Health Agencies 79
  • References 90
  • Chapter Six - Social Security for Medical Care 91
  • References 105
  • Chapter Seven - Voluntary Health Agencies 106
  • References 117
  • Chapter Eight - Private Sector Health Care 118
  • References 133
  • Part Three - Economic Support and Management 135
  • Chapter Nine - Economic Support of Health Systems 137
  • References 154
  • Chapter 10 - Health Planning and Administration 156
  • References 171
  • Chapter Eleven - Health Regulation and Legislation 173
  • References 201
  • Part Four - Health Services Delivery 205
  • Chapter Twelve - Ambulatory and Primary Health Care 207
  • References 220
  • Chapter Thirteen - Hospital Services 222
  • References 231
  • Chapter Fourteen - Health Programs for Certain Populations 233
  • References 261
  • Chapter Fifteen - Health Programs for Certain Disorders 266
  • References 287
  • Chapter Sixteen - Programs for Special Health Services 291
  • References 303
  • Part Five - World Perspective 305
  • Chapter Seventeen - International Health Activities 307
  • References 318
  • Chapter Eighteen - World Trends in Health Systems 320
  • References 337
  • Index 341
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