Closure of Private Beds in N.H.S. Hospitals

Shipman, John J.; Fagg, Grahame; Armour, Roger; Ryan, Albert R.; Millner, William F.; McCartney, E. T.; Norton, E. R.; Shaw, D. I.; Darnborough, A.; Hollingworth, G. T.; Kilburn, Peter; Giles, K. W.; Cowen, E. D. H.; Phillips, T. J.; Miles, D. W.; Graham, A.; Jones, S. Glyn; Cape, John; Fountain, J. R.
May 1974
British Medical Journal;5/18/1974, Vol. 2 Issue 5915, p388
Academic Journal
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