Families and Health Care: Psychosocial Practice

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Aldine de Gruyter, 1990 - Psychology - 320 pages
This book offers an antidote to the "medicalization" of health care and observes the special needs of socioeconomically disadvantaged persons with respect to health. It is useful for practitioners in the fields of mental health, family and child welfare, gerontology, and industrial practice.

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