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Healthcare Policy in Romania. Frameworks and Challenges

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The objective of the paper is to review some of the healthcare policy issues of Romania and identify those challenges which may be addressed through social intervention. Based on statistical data, documents, reports and applicable laws one will review the health condition of Romanian population and the state of the national health system, and will examine the broad strategies and policies currently under the scrutiny of appropriate ministries. The findings of the study suggest looking at health policies also through the lens of social inclusion.

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Some Social and Regional Lessons of a Complex Roma Integration Programme (Case Study from a Hungarian Rural Area)

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Policy Autonomy, Coordination or Harmonization in the Persistently Heterogeneous European Union?

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