Outline of sociology as applied to medicine (The fifth edition)
Опубликовано на портале: 28-11-2006
Изд-во: A Hodder Arnold Publication, 2003, 192 с.
The fifth edition of the classic textbook on sociology of medicine. The author explores the origins, nature and context of illness in society, and provides a framework for understanding the relationship between health, health care and the society in which it occurs. The fifth edition is revised in light of recent research and changes in healthcare provision. There are also new topics such as clinical governance, managed care, and managed competition.
- Going to the doctor
- Measuring health and illness
- Social causes of illness
- Labelling behaviour
- Social patterns of illness: 1
- Social patterns of illness: 2
- Coping with illness
- Models of illness
- Types of health care
- Medicine, the professions and clinical autonomy
- Organising health care
- Evaluating health care
- The social role of medicine
Персональная страница Роберта Смита (Robert S. Smith, Professor School’s Labor Economics Department)
Социологический журнал. 1998. № 3/4.