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The Future of the NHS

21st June 2006

The NHS is beset by paradoxes: apparently massive investment in the NHS yet Trusts that have huge deficits; real movement on staff salaries, yet low morale; falling waiting lists and record activity levels, yet rising public expectations. One could go on. What is clear is that a consensus is needed as to what the NHS should be: this book is designed to stimulate that debate in the widest possible public arena. Dr Tempest has brought together the views of a huge range of leading names in politics, medicine and management, and ensured that their contributions are accessible to all. Whether the reader is an interested layman, or a professional involved in or working with the NHS, this book will be a "must-read". This book is useful for the general public, public and professional libraries, politics, professionals, the NHS and Private Sector, NHS suppliers.

 

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Date Added: 21st Jun 2006

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