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|Title: ||Improving health status in Ireland: some lessons for managers|
|Affiliation: ||Health Services Development Unit|
|Publisher: ||Institute of Public Administration (IPA)|
|Issue Date: ||Sep-1993 |
|Type: ||Working Paper|
|Description: ||The purpose of this paper is to generate discussion about improving health status, with
special reference to Ireland, about the role of managers in this process, and about the
challenges they face in exercising that role.
I have some lessons to suggest to you from the Irish experience, but the title of this paper
is deliberately double-edged, so I would very much like to be able to bring home 'some
lessons for managers' as a result of our discussion.
In order to focus the discussion in this presentation, I would like to do three things:
I. to outline where I believe we in Ireland stand on the health status issue;
2. to give two examples of health-focussed initiatives from the
modest, one somewhat broader in scope, and
3. to offer some lessons for managers from that.|
|Keywords: ||HEALTH STATUS|
|Series/Report no.: ||Paper 3/93|
|Appears in Collections: ||Health Services Resource Centre|
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