Leadership at the Intersection of Gender and Race in Healthcare and Science Case Studies and Tools
Trade Union Strategies against Healthcare Marketization Opportunity Structures and Local-Level Determinants
Social Theory and Nursing
By Danielle Laraque-Arena, Lauren Germain, Virginia Young, Rivers Laraque-Ho
July 28, 2022
This book takes a case study approach to explore leadership narratives of women in healthcare and science, paying attention to the intersection of gender, identity, and race in each story. Putting forward a new vision and pathway inclusive of the lived experiences and contributions of women ...
By Jennie Auffenberg
July 23, 2021
Marketization in the healthcare sector affects the quality and delivery of care, as well as healthcare workers’ working conditions. Based on a comparison of England and Germany, along with an in-depth case study looking at New York, USA, this volume examines how trade unions respond to ...
By Roger Ellis, Elaine Hogard
December 30, 2020
Professional identity is a central topic in all courses of professional training and educators must decide what kind of identity they hope their students will develop, as well as think about how they can recruit for, facilitate and assess this development. This unique book explores professional ...
By Rebecca Twinley
October 18, 2020
This innovative volume introduces Twinley’s concept of ‘The Dark Side of Occupation’. Focused on less explored and under-addressed occupations, it is an idea which challenges traditional assumptions around the positive, beneficial, health-promoting relationship between occupation and health. ...
By Simon Biggs
September 11, 2019
The world is growing older and this is a historically unprecedented phenomenon. Negotiating such change, personally, socially and for governments and international organisations requires an act of cultural adaptation. Two key questions arise: What is the purpose of a long life? and How do we adapt ...
By Mathias Ericson, Ulf Mellström
August 27, 2019
The overarching mission of the rescue services comprises three main areas of responsibility: protection against disasters and accidents; crisis management; and civil defence. This mission covers a long chain of obligations in trying to improve societal prevention capabilities and manage threats, ...
By Sakari Taipale, Terhi-Anna Wilska, Chris Gilleard
May 17, 2019
The short lifetime of digital technologies means that generational identities are difficult to establish around any particular technologies let alone around more far-reaching socio-technological ‘revolutions’. Examining the consumption and use of digital technologies throughout the stages of human ...
By Martin Lipscomb
May 17, 2019
Despite noteworthy exceptions, nursing’s literature largely disregards the ways in which social and sociological theory permeates, guides and shapes research, education, and practice. Likewise, social theory’s ability to position nursing within wider structures of healthcare and educational ...
By Bridget Garnham
May 07, 2019
Through its themes of subjectivity, surgery, and self-stylization this book critically examines the cultural constraints and incitements that shape the practice of cosmetic surgery by older people. The book problematizes anti-ageing discourses to provide a nuanced descriptive, ethical, and ...
By Marita Nordhaug
May 07, 2019
Partiality and Justice in Nursing Care examines the conflicting normative claims of partiality and impartiality in nursing care, looking in depth at how to reconcile reasonable concerns for one particular patient with equally important concerns for the maximisation of health-related welfare for all...
By Jacqueline Corcoran
October 18, 2018
This evidence-based text puts a human face on mental disorders, illuminating the lived experience of people with mental health difficulties and their caregivers. Systematically reviewing the qualitative research conducted on living with a mental disorder, this text coalesces a large body of ...
By Sue Read, Sotirios Santatzoglou, Anthony Wrigley
April 06, 2018
Life is characterised by movement, change and development, including transitions, losses and grief. People experiencing loss must learn to accommodate it and, sometimes, relearn new roles. Whether the offender is accommodating general loss (such as transition), the loss of others or facing their ...