Grading Health Care: The Science and Art of Developing

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Mental health services and policies; intervention research; clinical decision-making; development of psychiatric diagnoses; deviant behavior; research utilization. In fact, some would argue that welfare actually reinforces poverty by drawing low-income people out of the labour market. Many corporations (and other employers) offer “401(k) retirement plans” where employees typically contribute a small percentage of their before-tax income to their 401(k) fund. The second threat is more ideological in nature.

Pages: 166

Publisher: Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (June 12, 1998)

ISBN: 0787940275

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