The Hong Kong Health Sector: Development and Change

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University of Otago Press, 2002 - 190 頁
Since the 1990s, the Hong Kong public health sector has been under constant review. There has been increasing emphasis on the need for major changes in its structure and funding, and traditional Chinese medicine has received formal recognition. This book covers the period from British colonization of Hong Kong in 1841 through to the present day. It looks at the way in which the health sector developed, the structural arrangements that resulted, and the manner in which the health system functions today. With the system's colonial origins, and the presence of complementary therapies, the book makes an interesting case study for anyone working in public health.

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