Shopping for health ministers? Here’s a summer reading list that might help
Jay Stiles and Professor Philip Clarke wrote a summer reading list for the nation’s health ministers. The summer break provides an opportunity to catch-up on some much-needed reading. So what should health ministers around the nation be reading?
The Centre for Health Policy at the University of Melbourne has tried to fill this gap by searching for recent books, mostly by Australian authors, that cover a gamut of health-related issues. The list compiled below is far from definitive, and we would welcome additional suggestions.