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The politics of health sector reform in developing countries: three cases of pharmaceutical policy, Health Policy, 1995, vol. Agenda setting, formulation, adoption, implementation and sustaining reforms (Grindle 2002 the players affected by the proposed intervention(s.e. In secondary data analysis, the original data was not collected to answer the present research question. When the staff decides that we should all do the same, I think it is important for me to do that, and so. In particular, bargains can be made by advocates with those that are neutral or opposed to render them more supportive or less opposed by altering the content of policy, horse trading, making promises and threats or using other strategies. Finally, the empirical and conceptual understanding of what is and should being conceived as an ethical challenges will be helpful in developing more targeted training and tools for both health care professionals and staff members of clinical ethics support services. These meetings were often called ad-hoc meetings, reflection meetings, or crisis-meetings. Furthermore, some participants plead for more attention for underlying intentions and justifications of treatment decisions. The role of experts of the technology in providing the material and contextual input is emphasized. The participants (in total 65 consisted of various health care professionals such as: nurses, nursing assistants, social workers, psychiatrist, psychologists, physicians, team leaders and management.