This website allows you to search the full text of a huge range of The King's Fund publications and documents from 1898 onwards.
More than 1,000 documents have been digitised so far, giving you access to archive-quality scans and searchable electronic text of every page. You can explore these documents on this website, download them for your own use and embed them on your own website.
Five essays on emergency pathways : a study of acute admissions to London hospitals
In 1992 the King's Fund Commission published a report `London health care 2010 : changing the future of services in the capital'. This report was unable to describe in any detail the actual delivery of acute medical care in London. This required a more indepth study of care based on ...
Analysing changes in emergency medical admissions : a report by the NHS Trust Federation in collaboration with the King's Fund
Over the past two or three years, a rapid increase in the number of emergency medical admissions to acute hospitals has been widely reported and a number of studies in different parts of the country have been carried out aimed at explaining why these increases have occurred. In early 1995, ...
Accident and emergency services : use, abuse and misuse : a report of a conference held at the King's Fund Centre on 3 April 1979
This conference was organised in conjunction with the North West Regional Association of Community Health Councils to discuss the proper role of the accident and emergency (A & E) service. Areas under discussion included the centralisation of A & E services in district general hospitals and the role of the ...
Emergency bed service : report for the year ended 31st March, 1973.
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