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Healthcare Activism

Healthcare Activism
  • Author: Susi Geiger
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN: 9780198865223
  • Page: 256
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Through conceptual and empirical studies from a variety of healthcare contexts, this book explores the role of activists and civil society in defining and defending the collective good in healthcare and its changing landscape.

Healthcare has undergone major changes in personalization, marketization, and digitalization in recent decades. Through conceptual and empirical studies from a variety of healthcare contexts, this book explores the role of activists and civil society in defining and defending the collective good in healthcare and its changing landscape.


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