231 Towards better healthcare for all: What matters in the transformation of healthcare systems and policy. Part II

Thursday, August 2, 2012: 9:00 AM-10:30 AM
APT 210 (Faculty of Economics)

RC19 Sociology of Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy (host committee)
RC15 Sociology of Health

Session Organizers:
Claus WENDT, University of Siegen, Germany and Ellen KUHLMANN, University of Bath, United Kingdom
Examining the role of governance structures in the planning of health reform (Oral Presentation)
Margaret KELAHER, Centre for Health Policy, Australia; Mark LOCK, University of Melbourne, Australia; Hana SABANOVIC, University of Melbourne, Australia; Phillipa PATTISON, UNiversity of Melbourne, Australia

Medicine and management as twin forces: Comparing new modes of control in European hospitals (Oral Presentation)
Ellen KUHLMANN, University of Bath, United Kingdom; Viola BURAU, University of Aarhus, Denmark; Tiago CORREIA, Lisbon University Institute, Portugal; Roman LEWANDOWSKI, Voivodeship Rehabilitation Hospital for Children, Poland; Christos LIONIS, University of Crete, Greece; Mirko NOORDEGRAAF, University of Utrecht, Netherlands; Jose REPULLO, Charlos III University Madrid, Spain

Paying for performance in theory and practice: What can we learn from the England and the USA? (Oral Presentation)
Ruth MCDONALD, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

Atención primaria de la salud. Continuidades neoliberales en la "asistencia centrada en la persona" (Oral Presentation)
Laura GOTTERO, Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, UBA, Argentina

La problemática del chagas en Argentina. Diálogos posibles entre actores involucrados (Distributed Paper)
Sonia Carolina AMIEVA NEFA, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales - UBA, Argentina

Reconsideration of health and welfare policies: If they are always social justice and democratization (Distributed Paper)
Masahira ANESAKI, Kinki Health and Welfare University , Japan

Health policies and the contradiction of health seeking behaviour in Nigeria (Distributed Paper)
Alex ASAKITIKPI, Covenant University, Nigeria