The Task of the Commission: A Guide for Those who Wish to Submit Evidence
H.M. Stationery Office, Jan 1, 1976 - National Health Service (Great Britain) - 10 pages
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administrative alterations arrangements aspects Assistant Secretary BERKELEY changes clinical community health councils community health services context decision-taking decisions development of community doctors effective efficient running England expect to modify expenditure family practitioner services financing the NHS Government groups health authorities Health Departments help or hinder hospital services implications important intend involve examining list of topics MAJESTY'S manpower resources meet the needs money and materials National Health Service need to consider need to look needs of patients NHS provides Northern Ireland occupational health services OFFICE THE ROYAL organisations Parliament personal social services private practice problems professional Professor programme proper quality of service questions receive evidence recognise relationship responsibility for health role ROYAL COMMISSION satisfactory school health service Scotland service provided SERVICE THE TASK significance staff statement STATIONERY OFFICE structure submit evidence take account terms of reference topics which appear treatment Wales wish to submit workers