The Week

January 1979
British Medical Journal;1/27/1979, Vol. 1 Issue 6158, p281
Academic Journal
Reports developments on medicine in Europe as of January 1979. Impact of the union militancy on health care teams; Withdrawal of ambulancemen from recommending a ban on emergency calls; Exploitation of nurses.


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