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Author: Dept.of Health
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Stationery Office Books (February 1989)
Category: Politics
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Published February 1989 by Stationery Office Books.

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The name National Health Service (NHS) is used to refer to the three public health services of England, Scotland and Wales, individually or collectively

The name National Health Service (NHS) is used to refer to the three public health services of England, Scotland and Wales, individually or collectively. Northern Ireland is known as 'Health and Social Care' to promote its dual integration of health and social services. For details of the history of each National Health Service, particularly since 1999, see: History of the National Health Service (England). History of NHS Scotland. History of NHS Wales.

Health policies and data. Health Working Papers. Authorship is usually collective, but principal writers are named.

The National Health Service (NHS) is the publicly-funded healthcare system of the United Kingdom. The organisation provides the majority of healthcare in the UK, from general practitioners to Accident and Emergency Departments, long-term healthcare and dentistry.

Drawing on these results, the paper concludes with a new conceptual framework outlining the perspectives towards the spatio-temporal impacts of health services transitions, and with implications for Trusts seeking to engage service users with changes to local provision.

National Health Service (NHS), in Great Britain, a comprehensive public-health service under government administration, established by the National Health Service Act of 1946 and subsequent legislation. Virtually the entire population is covered, and health services are free except for certain. Thank you for your feedback. National Health Service.

Working paper 8: Managing the Health Millennium Development Goals - The Challenge of Health Management Strengthening: Lessons from Three Countries This study describes various management strengthening activities in three countries - South Africa, Togo and Uganda.

As recognised by the Department of Health, one of the reasons for adopting such a scheme is to ensure that bodies which do not ensure the safety of people who come into contact with their work have to meet the full costs of their shortcomings

As recognised by the Department of Health, one of the reasons for adopting such a scheme is to ensure that bodies which do not ensure the safety of people who come into contact with their work have to meet the full costs of their shortcomings. 6. Similar documents. Scottish executive health department the recovery of national health service costs in cases involving personal injury compensation.