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Mental Health Policy in . .has been added to your Cart. This compact and highly readable book seeks to explore just exactly what policy there is about mental health care and mental health problems in present day England
Mental Health Policy in . This compact and highly readable book seeks to explore just exactly what policy there is about mental health care and mental health problems in present day England. England's mental health services, almost all government run and funded, are engaged in at least three major roles: providing care, controlling deviant behaviour, and rationing the dispensing of public support to sick or disabled individuals. In this complex morass, Rogers and Pilgrim indicate their preference for looking harder at what the key political and professional actors do than at what they say.
DAVID PILGRIM is Head of Adult and Forensic Psychology Services, Guild NHS Trust Preston and Professor of Mental .
DAVID PILGRIM is Head of Adult and Forensic Psychology Services, Guild NHS Trust Preston and Professor of Mental Health at the University of Liverpool. She was a Reader in Sociology at the University of Manchester for five years. DAVID PILGRIM is Head of Adult and Forensic Psychology Services, Guild NHS Trust Preston and Professor of Mental Health at the University of Liverpool.
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Anne Rogers, David Pilgrim. Despite the almost complete abandonment of the old Victorian asylum system, the powerful cultural legacy of segregation remains potent in modern thought. Lists with This Book.
the transition from institutional to community care for people with mental health problems.
Mental health policy in Britain. Mental health and inequality. Macmillan International Higher Education, 2002. Cost effectiveness of telehealth for patients with long term conditions (Whole Systems Demonstrator telehealth questionnaire study): nested economic evaluation in a pragmati. Henderson, M Knapp, JL Fernández, J Beecham, SP Hirani,. Bmj 346, f1035, 2013. Rethinking the patient: using Burden of Treatment Theory to understand the changing dynamics of illness. CR May, DT Eton, K Boehmer, K Gallacher, K Hunt, S MacDonald
Xii, 280 pages : 23 cm. With Mental Health Policy in Britain, Anne Rogers and David Pilgrim present an introduction to the debate regarding the management of mental health services in Britain.
Xii, 280 pages : 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 228-250) and index
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David Pilgrim (Pilgrim, David). Find all books by 'David Pilgrim' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'David Pilgrim'. Clinical Psychology Observed. by David Pilgrim, Andrew Treacher. Psychotherapy and Society (Perspectives on Psychotherapy series). How do we understand mental health problems in their social context? A former BMA Medical Book of the Year award winner, this book provides a sociological analysis of major areas of mental health and illness. The book considers contemporary and historical aspects of sociology, social psychiatry, policy and therapeutic law to help students develop an in-depth and critical approach to this complex subject.
About the author (2014). Anne Rogers is Professor of Health Systems Implementation at the University of Southampton, UK. David Pilgrim is Professor of Health and Social Policy at the University of Liverpool, UK. Bibliographic information. A Sociology Of Mental Health And Illness Open University Press. Rogers, Anne, Pilgrim, David.
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