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Ready or not? Statutory registration, regulation and continuing professional development for social care workers in Ireland

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Public policy failure in healthcare: The effect of salary reduction for new entrant consultants on recruitment in public hospitals

governments. London: Oneworld. Lynch, P. (2012). Profession’s unease at the new consultant ‘down’ grade . Retrieved from https://www.imt.ie/features-opinion/professions-unease-atthe-new-consultant-down-grade-01-09-2012/ [15 April 2019]. O’Brien, P. (2012). Labour: Reilly is weakest link in cabinet. Retrieved from https://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/labour-reilly-is-weakest-link-incabinet-206278.html [15 April 2019]. O’Shea, B. (2011). GP slams ‘immoral’ consultant pay. Retrieved from http://www.irishhealth.com/article.html?id=18768 [15 April

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Public Policy Programmes and Policy Analysis Instruction in the Czech Republic

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Lessons from abroad: Rebalancing accountability and pedagogy in the Irish social care sector through the use of effective leadership

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Going to market! An exploration of markets in social care

of Trade Unions Community Sector Committee. Hatton, C., & Waters, J. (2014). Third national personal budgets survey. Think local, act personal, in control. Lancaster: University of Lancaster. Healy, K. (2009). A case of mistaken identity: Social welfare professions and new public management. Journal of Sociology, 45, 401-18. Himmelweit, S., & Land, H. (2008). Reducing gender inequalities to create a sustainable care system. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation. HIQA. (2016). Annual overview report on the

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