Health Care Analysis
The journal Health Care Analysis promotes debate about the fundamental rationale of all aspects of health systems and health care provision, including public policy and health; health-related education; health services organization and decision-making; health care professional practice.
The journal is committed to the view that all aspects of health systems are interrelated, and presents and papers which make links between some of these areas.
As a journal for everyone interested in philosophical issues in health care, Health Care Analysis seeks to support the conversation between philosophy and policy. It publishes contributions from philosophers, social scientists, other health-related academics and policy analysts, health care educators, health care professionals and managers.
22 Volumes 86 Issues 841 Articles available from 1993 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
Paul C. Snelling (December 2014)
Remote Monitoring or Close Encounters? Ethical Considerations in Priority Setting Regarding Telecare
Anders Nordgren (December 2014)
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