THE STATE, THE MARKET, AND GENERAL PRACTICE: THE AUSTRALIAN CASE
This article examines the development of general practice in the latter half of the 20th century, documenting the issues of concern to both the profession and the state. General practice developed hand in hand with the welfare state in Australia. As the structural changes associated with restructuring of the welfare state have advanced, so have the fortunes of general practice declined, despite significant attempts in the 1970s and 1980s to 'save' general practice by both the profession and the...[Show more]
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