Richard Titmuss was one of the twentieth century's foremost social policy theorists. This accessible Reader is the first compendium of his work on public health, health promotion and health inequalities. Most of Titmuss's work has been out of print for many years. This volume, like its predecessor, Welfare and wellbeing (The Policy Press, 2001), is important in bringing the work of this highly influential thinker to the attention of a new generation of social policy students and policy makers. It also enhances current debates about how complex societies can best provide for the health of all their citizens.Richard Titmuss on the National Health Service Richard Morris Titmuss, Ann Oakley Jonathan Barker ... Because war means the organisation of killing and wounding, it must also mean the organisation of services to repair and heal. ... The frame and pattern of the hospital services at the end of the war were due as much a if not more a to the kind of war that was expected as to the kind of war that anbsp;...
|Title||:||Private Complaints and Public Health|
|Author||:||Richard Morris Titmuss, Ann Oakley|
|Publisher||:||Policy Press - 2004-01-01|