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New Issue Alert 12 February 2021
Dear Reader,
We are pleased to deliver your requested table of contents alert for Social Theory & Health. Volume 19, Issue 1 is now available online.
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In this issue
Original Article
What is public trust in the healthcare system? A new conceptual framework developed from qualitative data in England
Felix Gille, Sarah Smith, Nicholas Mays
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Responsibility in dealing with genetic risk information
Sabine Wöhlke, Julia Perry
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A model for cognitively-based compassion training: theoretical underpinnings and proposed mechanisms
Marcia Ash, Timothy Harrison, Melissa Pinto, Ralph DiClemente, Lobsang Tenzin Negi
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“All they want is money!” The deliberative theory approach to the inclusion of nurses’ self-interests in the 2016 strike in the Children’s Memorial Health Institute in Warsaw
Michał Zabdyr-Jamróz
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Responsibilization and recovery: shifting responsibilities on the journey through mental health care to social engagement
Brian Brown
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Identifying and resisting the technological drift: green space, blue space and ecotherapy
Ed Lord, Michael Coffey
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