Labour in the Laboratory is also about the ways in which health care work has been organized. Twohig reveals that many health care workers fulfilled multiple roles, challenging traditional ideas of professional boundaries and exclusive control over particular tasks. Using evidence from the Maritime provinces, he challenges assumptions about health care work and hospital development throughout Canada and beyond.
Subjects: Health Sciences
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