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Personal Medical Services Pilots in London: Rewriting the

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It reviews the provisions and workings of current programs, with special attention to implications for social work practice. On the basis of the discussions in this section a somewhat elaborated version of this definition has been suggested. As the populations of the developed nations grew older and less able to contribute to the maintenance of a national welfare state, perhaps the end of the welfare state was in view. Career planning and affirmative action will be linked to capacity-building programmes. 24.

Pages: 48

Publisher: King's Fund (December 1998)

ISBN: 185717237X

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