Consumer Groups in the Policy Process
Edited by Hans Löfgren, Evelyne de Leeuw and Michael Leahy
This book examines the important role of consumer activism in health policy in different national contexts.
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- Democratizing Health Consumer Groups in the Policy Process
- Figures, tables and boxes
- Chapter 1: Introduction – Consumer Groups and the Democratization of Health Policy
- Chapter 2: Health Activism in the Age of Governance
- Chapter 3: Health Consumer Groups in the United Kingdom: Progress or Stagnation?
- Chapter 4: Citizens, Consumers and Stakeholders in European Health Policy
- Chapter 5: The People’s Health Movement: Health for All, Now!
- Chapter 6: Aboriginal Community Control and Decolonizing Health Policy: A Yarn from Australia
- Chapter 7: The Irish Health Service’s Expert Advisory Groups: Spaces for Advancing Epistemological Justice?
- Chapter 8: Patient Empowerment in the Netherlands
- Chapter 9: Health Policy in Germany: Consumer Groups in a Corporatist Polity
- Chapter 10: Austrian Health Consumer Groups: Voices Gaining Strength?
- Chapter 11: Malaysia: The Consumer Voice in the Policy Process
- Chapter 12: From Activism to State Inclusion: Health Consumer Groups in Australia
- Chapter 13: Health Consumers in Canada: Swimming Against a Neo-liberal Tide
- Chapter 14: Empowering Health Care Consumers in the United States
- Chapter 15: Health Policy in the United States: Consumers and Citizens in a Market Polity
- Chapter 16: Health Consumer Groups and the Pharmaceutical Industry: Is Transparency the Answer?
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