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Partial offsets and unfinished business
Dimitris N. Chryssochoou
,
Michael J. Tsinisizelis
,
Stelios Stavridis
, and
Kostas Ifantis

Art. 129 Art. 129a Art. 128 Art. 1301 Free movement of workers Right of establishment Right of establishment Right of establishment Services Internal market International market Education Environment Trans-European networks Public health Consumer protection Culture (+ unanimity) Research New Articles in the AMT Art. 5 Art. 119 Art. 191a Art. 209a New article Art. 213a Art. 213b Employment Social policy – equal opportunity Transparency (general principles) Countering fraud Customs co-operation Statistics Authority on data protection Added to co-decision from

in Theory and reform in the European Union
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Yalta farewell; how new a world?
Kjell M. Torbiörn

participating in the third stage of EMU, and subsequently Finland, Germany and Sweden declared that their respective parliaments must approve this last step. (Such approval was subsequently achieved in Finland and Germany.) In another part of the treaty, the Community’s commitment to helping developing countries was reaffirmed. New policy areas were introduced, although in a rather tentative manner, in the sense that the Community’s responsibilities were carefully restricted to education, public health, consumer protection, trans-European networks and competitiveness of

in Destination Europe
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Gareth Millward

1970s’, in Matthew Hilton and James McKay (eds), The Ages of Voluntarism : How we got to the Big Society (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011), pp. 114–34; Alex Mold, Making the Patient-consumer: Patient Organisations and Health Consumerism in Britain (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2015). 36 On risk, see Chapter 4 and Ulrich Beck, Risk Society: Towards a New Modernity (London: Sage, 1992); Mary Douglas and Aaron Wildavsky, Risk and Culture (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983); Jakob Arnoldi, Risk: An

in Vaccinating Britain
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Gareth Millward

is concerned at the lack of statistics concerning vaccine-damaged children: believes that their case for compensation is at least as just as those children suffering as a result of the thalidomide tragedy; and demands an immediate investigation into the problem.’ HC Deb (3 December 1974) vol. 882, cc. 1514–26. 42 Mary McCormack, ‘The hazards of health’, Guardian (3 August 1973), p. 11. 43 Alex Mold, Making the Patient-consumer: Patient Organisations and Health Consumerism in Britain (Manchester: Manchester

in Vaccinating Britain
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Teaching ‘relaxed living’ in post-war Britain
Ayesha Nathoo

C. Cederström and A. Spicer, The Wellness Syndrome (Malden, MA: Polity Press, 2015), p. 3. 97 www.hannapickard.com/responsibility-without-blame.html , accessed August 2019. 98 A. Mold, Patient Organisations and Health Consumerism in Britain (Manchester: Manchester

in Balancing the self
Martin D. Moore

, pp. 274, 272–5. 69 The Office of Health Economics was founded by the British Pharmaceutical Industry in 1962: W. Laing and R. Williams, Diabetes: A Model for Health Care Management (London: Office of Health Economics, 1989), p. 2. The Patients’ Association was created by a part-time teacher in 1963: A. Mold, Making the Patient-Consumer: Patient Organisations and Health Consumerism in Britain (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2015), pp. 29–34. 70 ‘Inquiry is urged into hospital queues’, The Times , 13

in Managing diabetes, managing medicine
Martin D. Moore

in the Twentieth Century (London: Routledge, 2002), pp. 37–64; C. Sinding, ‘Flexible norms? From patients’ values to physicians’ standards’, in W. Ernst (ed.), Histories of the Normal and the Abnormal: Social and Cultural Histories of Norms and Normativity (London: Routledge, 2006), pp. 225–44. 8 A. Mold, Making the Patient-Consumer: Patient Organisations and Health Consumerism in Britain (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2015). 9 A. M. Brandt and M. Gardner, ‘The golden age of medicine?’, in R. Cooter

in Managing diabetes, managing medicine
Martin D. Moore

). 7 A. Mold, Making the Patient-Consumer: Patient Organisations and Health Consumerism in Britain (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2015), pp. 72–3; S. Sheard, The Passionate Economist: How Brian Abel-Smith Shaped Global Health Policy and Social Welfare (Bristol: Policy Press, 2013), pp. 233–9. 8 C. Webster, The Health Services since the War , vol. 2: Government and Health Care: The British National Health Service, 1958–1979 (London: HMSO, 1996), pp. 227–41, 399–414, 635–60. 9 Stacey, Regulating

in Managing diabetes, managing medicine
Roberta Bivins

and rhetorical representations of healthcare that aimed to shift the mood of the general public. 8 Alex Mold, Patient Organisations and Health Consumerism in Britain (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2015); Nancy Tomes, The Gospel of Germs: Men, Women and the Microbe in American Life (Boston, MA: Harvard University Press, 1998); Nancy Tomes, Remaking the American Patient: How Madison Avenue and Modern Medicine Turned Patients into Consumers (Chapel Hill, NC

in Posters, protests, and prescriptions
Jack Saunders

1 ‘The Halifax Laundry Blues’ (Yorkshire Television, 1985), https://player.bfi.org.uk/free/film/watch-the-halifax-laundry-blues-1985-online (accessed 3 April 2020). 2 Ibid. 3 Alex Mold, Making the Patient-Consumer: Patient Organisations and Health Consumerism in Britain (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2015) , pp. 42–68; Alex Mold, Peder Clark, Gareth Millward, and Daisy Payling, Placing the Public in Public Health

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