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Separate and cooperate, cooperate and separate : the disengagement of the Palestine health care system from Israel and its emergence as an independent system

Author: Tamara Barnea; Rafiq Husseini
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Written by 36 Palestinian, Israeli, and international health professionals, this book is a courageous experiment, the first of its kind, made by individuals from both sides of the  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tamara Barnea; Rafiq Husseini
ISBN: 0275975835 9780275975838
OCLC Number: 47863289
Notes: "With the support of the Post-Conflict Unit of the World Bank and Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies."
Description: xix, 353 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Preface International Perspective The Transition of the Palestinian Health Care System: An International Perspective by Richard B. Saltman The Legacy of the Past (1917-1967) An Introduction to the History of Arab Health Care During the British Mandate, 1920-1947 by Sandy Sufian Eyewitness Account: The Role of Jordan in Shaping the Health System in the West Bank and the Origins of Palestinian Health Non-Governmental Organizations by Amin Khatib Isreal Administration of the Health Sector in the West Bank and Gaza (1967-1994) The Development and Provision of Health Services by Isreal to the Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, 1967-1994 by Yitzhak Sever and Yitzhak Peterburg Data for Policy and Data Policy: Tewnty-Seven Years of Information Gathering for Management, Monitoring, Planning, and Reporting by Tamara Barnea and Irah Kahneman One Epidemiologic Family Changing Disease Patterns and the Health Status of the Palestinian Population of the West Bank and Gaza by Theodore Tulchinsky From Home Delivery to Hospital Delivery: The Transformation of Mother and Child Care in the West Bank by Cilla Acker A Health Care System in Need of Rehabilitation by Neve Gordon and Ruchama Marton The Training of High Quality Health Professionals by the Hadassah Medical Organization by Shmuel Penchas Eyewitness Account: Life Within a Professional Bubble in Gaza by Ron Lobel There Is Another Way: The Attempt to Switch from Occupation to Governance by Ephraim Sneh From Dependency to Independence (1994-2000) The Long Road to Independence in Health: A Personal Account by Riad Za'noun Palestine and Health for All: The Past, the Present, and the Future by Fathi Arafat The Introduction of Palestinian National Thinking Regarding Health Care by Rafiq Husseini Statistics in a New Countru: Challenges and Milestones, the Case of Health by Hasan Abu-Libdeh Financing the Health Care System in Palestine: Rationalize or Bust! by Rafiq Husseini The Planning and Development of Health Human Resources in Palestine by Varsen Aghabekian Shahin The Development of Palestinian Hospital Services by Tawfiq Nasser and Mordechai Shani Upgrading the Palestinian System: Improving Quality and Management by Rashad M. Massoud Encouraging Healthy Lifestyles: The Development of a Palestinian Public Health Agency to Lead Health Promotion and Education by Mohamed Afifi and Deborah Greenberg Emerging Health Issues in Palestine by Abdel Rahim Abu Saleh, Jean Calder, and Hikmat Ajjuri Joint Efforts of Hadassah and the Palestinian Authority in Curbing HIV/AIDS and other Infectious Diseases by Shlomo Maayan and Asa'd Ramlawi The Voice of Palestine Consumers in Health Care by Hossam Sharkawi and David Chinitz The Role of International Players Can't Live With Them, Can't Live Without Them by Hossam Sharkawi International Aid to the Palestinian Health System, 1987-2000: The Donor's Perspective by Greta van Bleek and Cathy Gritzner Israeli-Palestinian Cooperation in the Health Field Cooperate and Cooperate: The Role of Health Professionals in Promoting Coexistence by Tamara Barnea and Ziad Abdeen Building Bridges Through Health: The Experience of the Palestine Council of Health and the Economic Cooperation Foundation, 1995-1999 by Gary Sussman, et al. Afterword Appendix: Social Demographic and Health Statistics in Palestine Selected Bibliography
Responsibility: edited by Tamara Barnea and Rafiq Husseini.


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