Customers' Attitude Towards Chinese Medicine in UK Market
Xiao, Liping (2007) Customers' Attitude Towards Chinese Medicine in UK Market. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)] (Unpublished)
Nowadays, the UK people's attitudes towards health care are changed slowly especially in recent years. In 2003 there are more than half of people who are like to asked ailments advices from their doctors, and this proportion decreased slightly. The change of this is possible influenced by the government policy and the change of people's attitudes. The GPs appointment is generally suffer time pressure because of the NHS financial pressures and the increasing of the GPs waiting lists. Many of the people fell it is very inconvenient and therefore selected other methods such as Chinese medicine or other complementary or alternative medicine. The government and health authorities fell this trend will be going very positive in the future.
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