- Title Pages
- List of tables
- Notes on contributors
- Editors’ overview
OneIntroduction: professional health regulation in the public interest
TwoHealth care governance, user involvement and medical regulation in Europe
ThreeThe informalisation of professional–patient interactions and the consequences for regulation in the United Kingdom
FourThe regulation of health care in Scandinavia: professionals, the public interest and trust
FiveMedical regulation for the public interest in the United Kingdom
SixRegulating the regulators: the rise of the United Kingdom Professional Standards Authority
SevenRegulation and Russian medicine: whither medical professionalisation?
EightPatterns of medical oversight and regulation in Canada
NineLet the consumer beware: maintenance of licensure and certification in the United States
TenGoverning complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in Brazil and Portugal: implications for CAM professionals and the public
ElevenBirth of the hydra-headed monster: a unique antipodean model of health workforce governance
TwelveHealth complaints entities in Australia and New Zealand: serving the public interest?
ThirteenTrust and the regulation of health systems: insights from India
- Professional Health Regulation in the Public Interest
- John Martyn Chamberlain, Mike Dent, Mike Saks
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