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Self Help in Health and Social Welfare

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Contributors Introduction, Judith Unell Part I: National Structures and Policies 1. Some Remarks on West Germany's Health and Welfare System and the Position of Self Help, Jurgen Matzat 2. Government Policy on Self Help Groups in England, Stephen Humble Part II: The International Context 3. Politics and Policies on Self Help: Notes on the International Scene, Jan Branckaerts and Ann Richardson Part III: The Evaluation of Self Help Introductory, Jill Vincent 4. The Developments of Self Help Organizations: Dilemmas and Ambiguities, Tina Posner 5. `I Don't Believe in Data...', Jill Vincent 6. Why We Need Data: Observations on Evaluation Research in Health-Related Self Help, Dieter Grunow Part IV: Local Support for Self Help Introductory Note, Judith Unell 7. On Support for Self Help Groups at the Local Level, Jurgen Matzat and Astrid Estorff 8. The Contact and Information Centre for Self Help Groups in Hamburg: How It Was Set Up, Astrid Estorff 9. Local Support for Self Help Groups: A Future Task for the Health Social and Education Services, Helmut Breitkopf 10. English Self Help Support in Context, Judith Unell 11. From Philosophy to Partnership, Judy Wilson 12. Local Support for Self Help. More Difficult than it Looks, Judith Unell Concluding Notes, Stephen Humble Bibliographic References Index

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