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National Health Service


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Ability to pay and equity in access to Italian and British National Health Services

Academic General Practice in Manchester under the Early National Health Service: A Failed Experiment in Social Medicine

Accidental logics, Carolyn Hughes Tuohy's analysis of the English National Health Service internal market of the 1990s

ALBAN, Frederick (John) (1882 - 1965), JP Glamorgan; Chairman Wales Regional Hospital Board (National Health Service Act, 1946), 1947–59 (retired)

Antibiotic prescribing knowledge of National Health Service general dental practitioners in England and Scotland

Antipsychotics: Past and Future National Institute of Mental Health Division of Services and Intervention Research Workshop, July 14, 1998

An assessment of digital stereotaxis in the National Health Service Breast Screening Programme

Audit of immunization policy and practice of health care workers within National Health Service Trusts in England and Wales

BARNES, Ian Colin (born 1950), Chair, Pathology Quality Assurance Review Board, National Health Service Commissioning Board, since 2013

BARTON, Sidney James (1909 - 1986), Part-time Member, London Transport Executive, 1969–76; Additional Chairman, National Health Service Appeal Tribunals, South West Thames/Wessex Regions, since 1974

BENNETT, Albert Joseph (1913 - 1996), Secretary, National Health Service Staff Commission, 1972–75; Vice-Chairman, Paddington and North Kensington Health Authority, 1982–85

BRADLEY, Peter Richard (born 1957), Chief Executive, London Ambulance Service NHS Trust, since 2000, and National Ambulance Director, Department of Health, since 2004

Bringing Social Movement Theory to Healthcare Practice in the English National Health Service*

The British National Health Service 1948–2008: A Review of the Historiography

The British National Health Service: Lessons from the “Socialist Calculation Debate”

BROWN, (Albert) Peter (Graeme) (1913 - 1993), Consultant in Press and Public Relations to the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, 1978–83; Press Officer to Royal Commission on National Health Service, 1979

The case study as history: ‘Ideology, class and the National Health Service’ by Rudolf Klein

CATHCART, Edward Provan (1877 - 1954), Hon. Lt-Col RAMC; Regius Prof. of Physiology, Glasgow Univ., 1928–47, now Emeritus; Hon. Fellow, Royal Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow; late Mem. War Cabinet Scientific Committee on Food Policy; late Member Adv. Council on Education in Scotland; late Member Medical Advisory Committee (Scotland); late Member Agricultural Research Council (Privy Council); late Member Medical Research Council (Privy Council); late Member Army Hygiene Advisory Committee; late Member General Medical Council; late Chairman Industrial Health Research Board; late Member Advisory Committee on Agricultural Science, Development Commission; late Chairman Scottish Health Services Committee; Member Advisory Committee on Nutrition, Ministry of Health; late Member Committee on Nutrition in the Colonial Empire (Economic Advisory Council); late Member National Advisory Council on Physical Training (Scotland)

Challenge of improving postoperative pain management: case studies of three acute pain services in the UK National Health Service

The changing National Health Service, user involvement and palliative care

Charging for NHSPlus: an inferential study based on the internal provision of occupational health services within the National Health Service

COLDRICK, Albert Percival (1913 - 1999), Chairman: National Health Service SE Thames Appeals Tribunal, 1974–89; Executive Committee, Industrial Participation Association, 1974–93

Competition and Inequality: Evidence from the English National Health Service 1991–2001

The Complexities of ‘Consumerism’: Choice, Collectivism and Participation within Britain's National Health Service, c.1961–c.1979

Confirming the drugs administered during anaesthesia: a feasibility study in the pilot National Health Service sites, UK

Contracting Out and the Retention of Employment Model in the National Health Service

The contributory schemes and the coming of the National Health Service

COOKE, Robert Victor (1902 - 1978), Sheriff of Bristol, 1971–72; retired from National Health Service, 1967, when Senior Surgeon: Bristol Royal Hospital; Bristol Homoeopathic Hospital; Tetbury and Almondsbury District Hospitals

Coping with uncertainty: Policy and politics in the National Health Service (Hunter, 1980)

The cost impact of short-term ventricular assist devices and extracorporeal life support systems therapies on the National Health Service in the UK

 

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(NHS)

(in the UK) a comprehensive service offering therapeutic and preventive medical and surgical care, including the prescription and dispensing of medicines, spectacles, and medical and dental appliances. Exchequer funds pay for the services of doctors, nurses, and other professionals, as well as residential costs in NHS hospitals, and meet a substantial part of the cost of the medicines and appliances.

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