Citizens' health services
Giovanni Moro, Renato Frinasco, Cristina Marchesi, Salvatore Geraci, Sonia Cicero, Marcello Caputo, Maria Calzolari, Joao Nunes Arriscado, Eleonora Artesio, Giovanni Caracci, Eno Quargnolo, Sara Rolando, Laura Biagetti, Kathleen Bertotti, Gino Mazzoli, Francesco Moccia, Sara Carzaniga, Anna Marcon, Franca Beccaria, Maria Grazia Tomaciello, Emanuele Torri, Manuela Fioretti, Vincenza Pellegrino, Cinzia Migani, Chiara Bodini, Barbara Calderone, Maria Teresa Puglisi, Renzo De Stefani, Anna Apicella
pp. 224, 1a edizione 2011 (Codice editore 1341.44)
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The debate on citizenship in health care is nowadays really important. Who is the “citizen”? What are the relationship between him/her, in terms of participation with the other healthcare professionals and health managers? The volume shows the complexity of these questions and goes deeper in the different roles played by the citizen: the care-giver/citizen, the activist/citizen, the expert/citizen.
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The debate on citizenship in health care is nowadays really important, not only in Italy. The critical reflections connected to the new practices of citizenship are increasing, as stated by Giovanni Moro in the Editorial. The article by Joao Arriscado Nunes is an evidence for that, especially because the experiences he mentions (the mobilization for the recognition of health rights and not only for general rights) are spread all over the world. It is not by chance, that the issue of articles proposed in this volume is strictly connected to health participation.
The recognition of rights is usually the result of social movements often participated by citizens and specialists' associations involved in healthcare delivery. There are also other issues connected with the conceptual couple citizenship-participation empowerment, deliberative democracy, citizen's activism, third sector's role.
But who is the "citizen"? Is s/he only a customer? What are the relationship between him/her, in terms of participation with the other healthcare professionals and health managers? The volume shows the complexity of these questions and goes deeper in the different roles played by the citizen: the care-giver/citizen, the activist/citizen, the expert/citizen.
Leonardo Altieri is Associate Professor at the "Università di Bologn" and teaches Evaluations of healthcare system and Social policy. He wrote many articles about evaluation and citizenship-participation.
Maria Augusta Nicoli is in charge of community, equity and participation's sector at "Agenzia Sanitaria e Sociale Regionale" (Health Care Agency) of Emilia-Romagna area.
Vittoria Sturlese is coordinator of the listening and citizenships/professionals participation point at Agenzia Sanitaria e Sociale Regionale" (Health CareAgency) of Emilia-Romagna area.
Giovanni Moro , Editorial
Maria Augusta Nicoli, Vittoria Sturlese and Leonardo Altieri , Introduction
Leonardo Altieri , Citizenship rights, participation, collective health
Mauro Serapioni , The social participation as a citizenship's practice in the health care systems
Gino Mazzoli , New vulnerabilities as an opportunity to reshape participation models
Vincenza Pellegrino, Characters in search of a mediation in the hard world of health care organization
Renato Frisanco, Participation of voluntary associations and community development
If we say "common services" what do you see? (by Vincenza Pellegrino )
Round Table with: Francesca Moccia, Eleonora Artesio, Cristina Marchesi, Cinzia Migani, Sara Carzaniga and Giovanni Caracci
Roberta Bottai and Marco Menchini, Citizen participation in health care delivery in Toscana Region
Salvatore Geraci and Chiara Bodini, Network of networks for immigrants health
Anna Marcon, Eno Quargnolo, Sonia Cicero and Barbara Calderone , Partecipation tools for the construction of community profile
Franca Beccaria, Sara Rolando, Marcello Caputo, Maria Teresa, Puglisi, Maria Grazia Tomaciello , Health is participation. Reflections on the method and the aim of the implementation of PePS in Cuneo Area
Laura Biagetti and Maria Calzolari , Community empowerment for an integrated governance of pain
Renzo De Stefani, Emanuele Torri, Kathleen Bertotti , The active participation of patients and family members in the Health Care Service of Trento. The approach of "doingtogether" and the Patient' Family Experts
Joao Arriscado Nunes, Health, right to health, and health justice
Anna Apicella , About health, right to health, and health justice
Manuela Fioretti, Right to health: a tangle of problems
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