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April 2011
Optometry Today;4/8/2011, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p29
The article reports on the publication of the British Government of guidance on the Bribery Act and reforms to the National Health Service (NHS). That Members of Parliament (MP) are concerned with the lack of accountability of general practitioners (GP) consortia spending money is discussed. The MPs are reportedly seeking for a broadened membership of the consortia such that other health professionals and lay people are to be included. Lord Low of the House of Lords highlights the importance of regular sight tests as part of the public health strategy.


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