A Practical Guide to Palliative Care

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Murphy, M. (2008b), ‘Reframing the Irish Activation Debate’, Studies in Public Policy, No 23 Dublin: The Policy Institute, TCD. The legacy of the past, the current economic crisis and political and social changes have generated great social costs, which have had to be borne by individuals, families and communities. Another challenge concerns the high net aging rate. In the half century after the Civil War, rapid industrial expansion produced a dramatic increase in individual and community needs.

Pages: 348

Publisher: LWW; 1 edition (May 9, 2007)

ISBN: 0781763436

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