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Health care systems (HCSs) are essential for the healthy development of individuals, families and societies in accordance with human rights. HCSs are vital to establish, promote, and strengthen delivery of preventive, promotive and curative health services. This title contains papers on HCSs in different countries of the world.
Comprises of 26 research papers - contributed by psychologists, psychiatrists, home scientists, AIDS counsellors, social workers and human resources (HM) experts - which provide psycho-social and neurological insights into various dimensions of healthcare challenges being faced by India.
At the time of Independence in 1947, health care services in India were utterly inadequate, urban-based and curative in nature. This book provides a comprehensive introduction on status of health and health-related services in India. It explains the procedures, objectives, achievements and failures of India's Five Year Plans.