Individual contributors focus on varying aspects of the management of time by patient, doctor and institution, and on the wider social context of time concerns of family, industry and polity. A recurrent element is the importance of time within the relationship between health, medicine and work. The contrasts and contradictions between the individual's experience of bodily time and the medical exigencies of clock and calendar are explored.
|Temporal Contradictions of Biomedical Practice|
|Workers' and Managers' Time-Perspectives|
|Time in the Lives of Young Adults and their Families|
|A Conceptual Critique|