Medical Identities: Health, Well-Being and Personhood
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Medical Identities: Health, Well-Being and Personhood

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Illness and misfortune more broadly are ubiquitous; thus, healing roles or professions are also universal. Ironically, however, little attention has been paid to those who heal or promote wellbeing. These come in many different guises: in some societies, healing is highly professional and specialized; in some cases, it is more preventative, in others more interventionist.

Hardcover, 162 pages
Published May 20th 2007 by Berghahn Books
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