Poor thinking: New thoughts needed divide on the UK health/wealth

Beale, Norman
June 2006
British Journal of General Practice;Jun2006, Vol. 56 Issue 527, p466
Academic Journal
In this article, the author shares his views on the state of healthcare in Great Britain in 2006. The author explores the inequality in medical care services in the country. He notes the causes of this inequality. In addition, the author discusses a mechanism that is more suited to general practice rather than the usual pinched population thinking of public health.


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