Sökning: "Ann-Charlotte Nedlund"
Hittade 5 avhandlingar innehållade orden Ann-Charlotte Nedlund.
1. Designing for Legitimacy : Policy Work and the Art of Juggling When Setting Limits in Health Care
Sammanfattning : Limit-setting in publicly funded healthcare is unavoidable, and increasingly important in the governance and management of the demand for health services. The work of limit-setting takes place in the organising of the provision of health services, where various health workers (professionals, administrators, unit managers, politicians) collectively exercise their skills. LÄS MER
2. The matter of economic evaluations in health policy decision-making : The case of the Swedish national guidelines for heart diseases
Sammanfattning : Economic evaluations are used to inform decision makers about the efficient allocation of scarce healthcare resources and are generated with the direct intent to support decisions in healthcare. Producing guidelines is a complex process and the inclusion of health-economic aspects in the formulation of the Swedish national guidelines as a basis for the written recommendations (priority gradings), distinguishes them from their European counterparts. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : People with dementia are commonly in need of some form of social care from the social services in order to manage their everyday situations. However, social services are shaped by the construction of policy targets. The aim of this dissertation is to explore the social citizenship for people with dementia. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The rarity of a disease can give rise to challenges that differ from conventional diseases. For example, rarity hampers research and development of new drugs, and patients with severe, rare diseases have limited access to qualified treatments. When drugs are available, clinical evidence has higher uncertainty and the drugs can be very expensive. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Loneliness among older people and how the dying should be cared for are issues that evoke public debate. These issues are often described as universal and existential aspects of the human experience. Societal understandings of loneliness and dying have, however, changed dramatically over the past decades. LÄS MER