|The culture and politics of health care work
Culture and politics of health care work. ^A1047686
|Nursing's expertise -- From medical work to clinic work -- Organizational care work -- New boundaries, new relationships -- Gaining status, losing ground -- The contraction of social work -- The misrecognition of social problems.
|"Shows how a group of nurse practitioners expand the medical encounter to include a mix of health, social, and coordination problems--illustrating the ways in which these providers are not just filling-in for absent physicians, but are filling in for the absence of the state in attending to the problems of poverty and unequal access to health care"-- Provided by publisher.
|Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Issued in other form
|Online version: Trotter, LaTonya J. More than medicine Ithaca : ILR Press, an imprint of Cornell University Press, 2020. 9781501748165