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Health Care Delivery Systems: Opportunities for Public Management Education in Central and Eastern Europe (2004)
Editors: Allan Rosenbaum, Juraj Nemec, Kenneth Tolo


The book contains several country studies that were presented at the NISPAcee Annual Conference in Krakow, Poland 2002 within the working group on public health administration, management and policy.

Each study propose recommendations regarding the potential utility of introducing in one manner or another general public administration education in the processes of educating and training those responsible for health service delivery system management and health policy formulation within the country.



CONTENTS

 

PART I.

Health Sector Reforms: Measures, Muddles, and Mires

James W. Bjorkman

Preparing Managers for the U.S. Health Care System

Gloria J. Deckard

 

PART II.

Public Health Management and Policy Education and Training: Albania

Albana Ahmeti

Public Health Management and Policy Education and Training: Armenia

Gayane Selimyan and Lucig H. Danielian

Public Health Management and Policy Education and Training: Bulgaria

Martin Gramatikov and Nikolay Gavrailov

Public Health Management and Policy Education and Training: Czech Republic

Ivan Maly

Public Health Management and Policy Education and Training: Georgia

Nana Sumbadze and Khatuna Dolidze

Public Health Management and Policy Education and Training: Russia

Tatiana V. Chubarova

Public Health Management and Policy Education and Training: Slovakia

Juraj Nemec

Public Health Management and Policy Education and Training: Tatarstan

Ioulia A. Chtchelkova and Leysan F. Shaydullina

Public Health Management and Policy Education and Training: Ukraine

S. Khadzhyradeva and N. Kolisnichenko

 

PART III.

Public Health Management and Policy Education and Training in Central and Eastern Europe: Findings and Conclusions

Juraj Nemec

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