First published in 1999, this volume discusses how the nursing and health care fields are developing rapidly. This series of monographs offers up-to-date reports of recently completed research projects in the fields of nursing and health care. The aim of the series is to report studies that have relevance to contemporary nursing and health care practice. It includes reports of research into aspects of clinical nursing care, management and education. The series is of interest to all nurses and health care workers, researchers, managers and educators in the field.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction. 2. Health Care Needs, Justice and Rights to Health Care. 3. Health Policy: a Critical Perspective. 4. Assessing Need and Planning Health Services: the Case of Renal Services. 5. Professional Power and the Need for Health Care. 6. Needs and the Political Economy of the Health Service.