Gerry Mooney

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  • G Mooney
  • 1987
The author posits some ethical concerns and theories of distribution in order to gain some insight into the meaning of equity in health, as referred to in WHO documents. It is pointed out that the lack of clarity in the WHO positions is evidenced by examining 1) the European strategy document, which focuses on giving equal health to all and equity access(More)
The Open University's repository of research publications and other research outputs Stigmatising poverty? The 'Broken Society' and reflections on anti-welfarism in the UK today Other How to cite: Mooney, Gerry (2011). Stigmatising poverty? The 'Broken Society' and reflections on anti-welfarism in the UK today. Oxfam, Oxford. For guidance on citations see(More)
Information technology has the potential to revolutionise the way medicine is learned by students and healthcare professionals. This potential was recognised by the General Medical Council in their 1993 report Tomorrow's doctors in which the need for future generations of doctors to be familiar with the application and scope of information technology is(More)
This paper describes the development and structure of an Electronic Study Guide for Oncology (LETSGO) for undergraduate medical students. LETSGO is aimed at clinical students learning about cancer. The subject of the guide is breast cancer and learning objectives cover structure and function, behavioural science, public health and epidemiology and(More)
She teaches the postgraduate diploma in housing studies, which utilises a mixture of online and face-to-face learning. Vikki is also an Associate Lecturer for The Open University and has published work around social policy, social inclusion, museums, policy makers' perceptions of culture and cultural data. Gerry Mooney is a Senior Lecturer in Social Policy(More)