December 2007
Primary Health Care;Dec2007, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p4
Academic Journal
The article provides health service-related news briefs in Great Britain. Volunteer healthcare professionals are needed to help homeless people as part of the Crisis Open Christmas (COC) in London. The National Health Service (NHS) Contraceptive Services reports that 48% of men visited the NHS community contraception clinics than women. Primary care trusts (PCTs) failed to consult a health professional when they made decisions about practice-based commissioning.


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