Health research

May 1991
New Scientist;5/4/91, Vol. 130 Issue 1767, p16
Discusses aspects of the health strategy announced last week by Britain's director of R&D for the National Health Service, Michael Peckham. Need to develop a pervasive `research culture'; Spending intentions of the Department of Health; Need of regional health authorities to publish their plans for R&D.


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