- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- Notes on contributors
- Introduction Changing patterns of health professional governance
- One Protecting patients: international trends in medical governance
- Two Global markets and national pathways of medical re-regulation<sup>1</sup>
- Three Governing beyond markets and managerialism: professions as mediators<sup>1</sup>
- Four Trust relations and changing professional governance: theoretical challenges
- Five Professionalism meets entrepreneurialism and managerialism<sup>1</sup>
- Six Collaborative care and professional boundaries: maternity care in Canada<sup>1</sup>
- Seven Interprofessional relationships: doctors and nurses in Slovenia
- Eight Educating generalists: flexibility and identity in auxiliary nursing in Finland<sup>1</sup>
- Nine Culture matters: integration of folk medicine into healthcare in Russia<sup>1</sup>
- Ten Policy dynamics: marginal groups in the healthcare division of labour in the UK<sup>1</sup>
- Eleven Free riders in a fluid system: gender traps in agency nursing in Norway
- Twelve From health to tourism: being mobile in the wellness sector in Hungary
- Thirteen Migration and occupational integration: foreign health professionals in Portugal<sup>1</sup>
- Fourteen Professionals in transition: physicians’ careers, migration and gender in Lithuania
- Conclusion Health policy and workforce dynamics: the future
- Rethinking professional governance
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