Welche Rolle spielt die Gesundheitspolitik? Eine Analyse des Medizintourismus in Australien und Deutschland
MetadataShow full item record
Health tourism is a rather broad concept that spans from wellness tourism to medical tourism and destinations for that matter differ greatly in their specific health tourism characteristics from a supply but also a demand perspective. Focusing on medical tourism, it is proposed in this paper that these differences can, at least in parts, be explained by marked differences in a country's health card system. Two very different health tourism destinations, Germany and Australia, are presented to support this argument.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Packer, Tanya; Mckercher, B.; Yau, M. (2007)Purpose. To explore and describe the complex issues and factors related to participation in tourism as perceived by people with disabilities in Hong Kong. Method. Naturalistic inquiry using key informant interviews and ...
Fulton, B.; Jones, Tod; Boschetti, F.; Sporcic, M.; De La Mare, W.; Syme, Geoffrey; Dzidic, Peta; Gorton, R.; Little, L.; Dambacher, G.; Chapman, K. (2011)We describe the different types of models we used as part of an effort to inform policy-making aiming at the management of the Ningaloo coast in the Gascoyne region, Western Australia. This provides an overview of how ...
Gountas, J.; Gountas, Sandra (2015)© 2015, Emerald Group Publishing Limited.Purpose – This paper aims to explore tourism consumer’s perceptions of cultural, emotional and behavioural differences. The subjective personal introspection (SPI) approach is used ...