Primary health care in the inner cities after Acheson Public Deposited

ISBN
  • 853743630
Author
Place of publication
  • London
Publisher
  • P.S.I., in association with King Edward's Hospital Fund for London
Publication date
  • 1986
Pages
  • 102
Abstract
  • In January 1980 the Conservative Government appointed a study group under Sir Donald Acheson to produce ambitious proposals for rapid and effective action on primary care in London. This report examines how and why the study group was established, the issues it confronted, the route by which it reached its conclusions, and the Government's response. It also explores the Acheson report's contribution to new thinking at the district level of the NHS. It illuminates the difficulties which face any attempt to achieve radical reform of health care under the present NHS arrangements.
Note
  • Pagination: [ix], 102p.
Subject
Resource type
Rights statement
Library catalogue link
License
Last modified

Files