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Bolton, S.C.; Dent, M. and Barry, J. and Chandler, J., eds. (2004) A bit of a laugh: nurses' use of humour as a mode of resistance. In: Questioning the New Public Management. Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot, England, pp. 177-190. ISBN 0754633977


Harvey, C. and Howorth, C. and Mueller, F.; Dent, M. and Chandler, J. and Barry, J., eds. (2004) Can the public sector learn? The importation of patient focused care in an NHS hospital trust. In: Questioning the New Public Management. Ashgate, Aldershot, United Kingdom. ISBN 0754633977

Howarth, C. and Mueller, F. and Harvey, C.; Dent, Mike and Chandler, John and Barry, Jim, eds. (2004) Can the public sector learn? The importance of patient focussed care in a NHS hospital trust. In: Questioning the New Public Management. Ashgate. ISBN 0754633977

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