This social science based approach is a refreshing alternative to much existing work in this domain and offers a good way into current academic debates in this field.
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The Handbook thirdly explores a variety of important policy and organizational developments apparent within the current health care field e. It therefore explores and comments on major contemporary trends apparent in the practice field. People in Health Care Organizations: Patients, Professionals, and Leaders 6. Clinical Ethics Support in Contemporary Healthcare: Plural Leadership in Healthcare Organizations: Implementing E-Health, Bill Doolin Issues in the Health Care Organizational Field Interorganizational Networks in Healthcare: Form, Function, and Direction: He has published widely on themes of organizational change and restructuring in public services organizations, especially in health care and also in higher education.
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He also writes on the relationship between professionals and managers in health care. He previously co-edited the Oxford Handbook of Public Management. She earned a PhD in sociology from New York University, where she worked with Eliot Freidson and began her research on the medical profession and relationships between professionals and their environment.
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Her current research continues this steam, now focusing on issues of trust, integrity, and behavioral norms. Her research field is organizational studies with a particular interest in Health Care Management and on organization theory and organizational ethnography. She has published articles in Organization, American Review of Public Administration, Management and Management Learning and she has published several books about organizational change, public mangers and management through the patient. She works currently in a research project about health care innovation with a special interest on change practices.
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This book is a little dated and is probably out of copyright hence being free but is brilliantly written. A lot of it is about ailments like typhoid and tuberculosis which aren't major killers in the developed world any more but still are in some parts of the world. An interesting thing about typhoid is that it is often passed in contaminated milk The book I read to research this post was A Handbook Of Health by Woods Hutchison which is an excellent book which I downloaded for free from kindle. An interesting thing about typhoid is that it is often passed in contaminated milk but it is initially safe when it comes out of the cow and only becomes contaminated when it comes into contact with someone who either has typhoid or has been in contact with someone who has it.
Another interesting fact is oil and coal come from plant material that has been converted into that over millions of years and this energy mainly comes from the chlorophyll in plants and yet the food we eat is either plants or animals that ultimately get energy from plants either directly or indirectly.
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The energy in plants is very potent. This book tells you all about how the human body works and also warns you about the perils of things like having antacids, or a lot of ice cold water with food which inhibit digestion. Another thing the book mentions is water near the surface is often stagnant and is unsafe to drink but as it goes deeper into the water table the plants and bacteria help purify it and change what is in it predominantly into carbon dioxide and pure water which is why it is illegal for towns over 10, people to get their water from shallow wells.
Of course it still has to often be treated a little but is mainly safe.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and think with it being free you can't go wrong. Also it is a decent length I think at around pages and I think imparts a lot of helpful advice. I thought this book was very odd as it was quite old fashioned, then I realised it was written in !
Some good stuff though, and the out of date stuff is quite funny. Aashita Narayanpur rated it it was amazing Jun 08, Yuri Kunoh rated it liked it May 30, Marsha Edwards rated it really liked it Mar 19, Kathey Carr rated it it was ok Aug 18, Hanna Hook rated it liked it Mar 07,