Britain's Health Services

Davison, Sir Ronald
May 1944
New Republic;5/15/44, Vol. 110 Issue 20, p672
Focuses on the condition of health services in Great Britain. Plan of the British government to create a National Health Service which will ensure equal opportunities of health for all British citizens; Role of charities in health care in Great Britain; Information on the National Health Insurance program for the working population; Proposal that all citizens should in future have free access to a full range of health care from birth to death; Information on the plan for full health services in Great Britain; Invitation for constructive criticism to the people by the British government.


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