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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gerald A Arbuckle
|Description:||272 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Power and complexity of culture : healthcare insights --
Healthcare models in conflict : what about the patient? --
Tribalism between clinicians and managers : risks to patients --
Bullying in healthcare institutions : an anthropological perspective --
Leading cultural change in healthcare --
Leading mergers in healthcare : cultural processes --
Faith-based healthcare : case study.
|Responsibility:||Gerald A. Arbuckle ; foreword by Maria Theresa Ho.|
Humanizing Healthcare Reform is essential reading for all those interested in a structured approach to healthcare reform, from clinicians and nurses to managers and policy makers. -- Nursing Standard