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Twenty four talks : a collection of reports on the twenty-four centre lunch talks given at the King's Fund between December 1968 and December 1971.

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  • London
  • King Edward's Hospital Fund for London
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  • 1972
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  • The purpose of the Centre Lunch Talks has been to invite some distinguished person to speak for half and hour on a topic related to health and welfare services with the aim of stimulating new thought or action.
  • Pagination: 55p.; Achieving high performance in large-scale organisations.- The greater London Council's Research and Intelligence Unit.- Achieving high performance in large-scale catering.- What? and the National Health Service.- The young volunteer.- Targets for tomorrow.- Priorities in health care.- A porter's picture of the hospital.- The inquiring mind.- The future of voluntary help in the health and social services.- The old order changeth.- Hospitals and their money.- Social science research and the health service.- The future of family planning in Britain.- Motivation of manager.- Operational research and the health service.- SPARKS.- Poverty in the welfare state.- Medical education and the future of primary medical care.- Manpower policy in the health service.- An MP looks at mental health.- Priorities in health care.- The press and the professional.- The primary task of the hospital.
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