Options for aged care in China (häftad)
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Options for aged care in China (häftad)

Options for aged care in China

building an efficient and sustainable aged care system

Häftad Engelska, 2018-11-28
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This volume aims to provide an understanding of the evolving aged care landscape in China; review international experiences in long-term care provision, financing, and quality assurance and assess their relevance to China; discuss implications of current developments and trends for the future of aged care in China; and propose policy options.
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