Doing Health Policy in Australia

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9781741753950: Doing Health Policy in Australia
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This insider's view of Australian health policy is written for students and professionals in health management roles. It deals with the history and idiosyncrasies of the Australian health system as well as current issues such as terrorism, avian flu, Aboriginal health, and environmental pressures. It also explains how health policies are developed and how stakeholders can change them.

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Associate Professor Paul Dugdale BMBS, MA, MPH, PhD, FAFPHM has twenty years' experience in health policy. He is Director of the ANU Centre for Health Stewardship and a former Chief Health Officer of the ACT.

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