Policy, People, and the New Professional

Policy, People, and the New Professional

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In recent decades, social and political pressures have forced a reevaluation of the roles of health and welfare professionals throughout Europe. Policy, People, and the New Professional examines those changes and their consequences. The volume reveals how public dissatisfaction with caregivers, financial pressures from government agencies, and attempts to cope with Europea€™s increasingly multicultural population have led to changes in responsibilities and oversight for a wide range of practitioners. Though more changes are certain to come as Europea€™s population agesa€”Policy, People, and the New Professional provides an essential explanation of the road traveled so far.Those on the medical register must now at intervals prove their continuing fitness to practice. ... The structure of the GMC itself has changed, with an increased proportion of lay people. ... and governmenta#39;s willingness to incorporate them into the policy process at a national level (Baggott et al. 2004). ... This relates to a conviction that in the 21st century, public services need to become more responsive and take strategies for user involvement altogether more seriously than in the past.

Title:Policy, People, and the New Professional
Author: Jan Willem Duyvendak, Trudie Knijn, Monique Kremer
Publisher:Leiden University Press - 2006

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