Painting as policy.

Abstract

Ours is, at its heart, a profession of service predicated on mutual trust. All too often policies aimed at resolving a particular problem in health care are inadequate not because they fail at what they were intended to do, but rather because of the unintended consequences, both direct and indirect, that are inevitable in complex systems where competing… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/jmh.2004.000167

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@article{Etheredge2005PaintingAP, title={Painting as policy.}, author={Jason A Etheredge}, journal={Medical humanities}, year={2005}, volume={31 1}, pages={35-6} }