- Companies sign up to DoH lifestyle health drive. Elledge, Jonn // GP: General Practitioner;9/18/2009, p15
The article presents information on a public health initiative called the Coalition for Better Health to be run by three senior executives at Great Britain Department of Health (DoH). The executives are National Health Service (NHS) chief executive David Nicholson, CMO Sir Liam Donaldson, and...
- MPs warned NHS managers `lack hold' over doctors. // Public Finance;06/23/2000, p13
Report on the warning issued to British ministers by Hugh Taylor, director of human resources in the National Health Service (NHS) Executive, that health service managers do not have enough power over hospital consultants. Call for an improvement in the management of time and resources at the...
- Doctor know. Rowland, Hilary; Harris, Lynn // People Management;03/05/98, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p50
Discusses an attempt of the British National Health Service (NHS) to improve research and information management operations within the agency. Features required for development of knowledge management program; Technique used by clinical audit coordinator Jilly Alexander.
- Notes from the editor. // Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine;Sep98, Vol. 50 Issue 4, preceding p1
Comments on the 50th anniversary of the National Health Service (NHS) in Great Britain. Debates about the NHS in the United States; Creation of culture among health care providers unrecognizable in the US; Achievements under the NHS.
- Trouble in Thatcherland. Gelb, N. // New Leader;3/20/89, Vol. 72 Issue 6, p6
Discusses the future of Britain's National Health Service (NHS) under reforms proposed by Health Minister Kenneth Clarke. Opposition of the British Medical Association (BMA) to the government's NHS plans.
- No ill-gotten gains. Laurance, J. // New Statesman & Society;3/22/91, Vol. 4 Issue 143, p21
Reports that England's Health Secretary William Waldegrave is repackaging the National Health Service's (NHS) reforms, and profit, it seems, is now a dirty word. Need to make choices about priorities; Principal aims of the reforms; Incentive to provide more health care; Consequences of...
- Flexible friends. Laurance, J. // New Statesman & Society;3/22/91, Vol. 4 Issue 143, p22
Highlights England's Labour party's plans for National Health Services (NHS) spending noting that it has become too rooted in repair service instead of building a healthy population. Affordability and feasibility; Spokesperson for the Labour party, Robin Cook; More.
- Fact file. // New Statesman & Society;3/22/91, Vol. 4 Issue 143, p25
Speculates that the National Health Service's (NHS) reforms in England will be judged by whether they improve its efficiency. Statistics; Demand for hospital treatment; More. INSET: Origins of the NHS reforms..
- Health not wealth. Maynard, A. // New Statesman & Society;3/22/91, Vol. 4 Issue 143, p28
Opinion. Discusses the notion that the British National Health Service was established to ensure that health care be provided on a basis of `need' not necessarily the patients' willingness and ability to pay. The definition of need has tended to be vague; Good management data; Reforms; More.