- Denny, Elaine.
- Earle, Sarah, 1972-
- Nursing -- Social aspects
- Social medicine
- 0745631010 (pbk.)
- 0745631002 (hbk.) :
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- Includes bibliographies and index.
- Contents List of Figures Notes on Contributors Introduction Section I: Nursing and the sociology of health and health care Introduction Sarah Earle & Elaine Denny 1. What is sociology, Keith Sharp 2. Why should nurses study sociology? Barbara Green 3. What is health? Sarah Earle 4. Nursing as an occupation Elaine Denny Section II: Inequalities and diversities in health and healthcare Introduction Sarah Earle & Elaine Denny 5. Gendered concerns Gayle Letherby 6. Contemporary perspectives on ageing Pat Chambers 7. Chronic illness, disabling barriers, discrimination and prejudice Nick Watson 8. Social Class Terry O'Donnell 9. Race and ethnicity Lorraine Culley & Simon Dyson Section III: Where Does Care Take Place? Introduction Sarah Earle & Elaine Denny 10. The family, health and caring Corrine Wilson & Geraldine Brown 11. Primary care and the community Mike Filby 12. Hospitals and institutions within the community Philip Shelton Section IV: Policy Influences on Health and Healthcare Introduction Sarah Earle & Elaine Denny 13. Health Policy David Cox 14. The management and organisation of healthcare Alistair Hewison 15. Health, housing and the environment Douglas McCarrick Conclusion.
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