Ontemporary Issues in Health and Social Care.

RUNNING HEAD, Politics impacts on the public and on health and social care providers.

Discuss the statement, focusing on one of the following:
(a), Families.

(1) Demonstrate an understanding of the
political/power structures of the UK
with particular reference to central
and local government and the NHS.

(2) Articulate a critical understanding of
the political and ideological relating
contemporary health and social care
provision eg understand politics and
how decisions are made.

(3) Identify and debate a number of
contemporary issues in health and
social care.

(4) Become familiar with sources knowledge
in relation to contemporary issues in
health and social care
Havard referencing important, in alphabetical order.

Beck U. (1992) Risky Society: toward a new
modernity.

Department of Health (2005)Choosing Health.
Making health easier. HMSO.

Doyal, L. (1983) the political economy of
health. Philo Press London.

Lerbinger, O. (2006) corporate public
affairs. interacting with
interested groups, media and
government. Lawrence Eribaum,
London.

Rawnsley, A. (2001) servants of the people:
the inside story of New Labour.
Panguin, London.

Seedhouse, D. (2004) Health Promotion
Philosophy, prejudice and
practice (2nd Edition).
Whiley Chichester.

Journals:
.Critical Social Policy
.Health Care Analysis.
.Health Service Journal.