The new NHS: National Health Service. Mr. Bevan's statement

May 1998
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);05/09/98, Vol. 316 Issue 7142, p1429
Academic Journal
Highlights the April 7, 1948 statement made by the Minister of Health of Great Britain in the House of Commons about the medical profession and the National Health Service. Resolutions from the Royal College of Physicians and the British Medical Association; Concerns of doctors about a full-time salaried service.


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