Euro Observer, Autumn 2007, Vol.9, No.3

Abstract

The Labour Government elected in 1997 observed that they had “24 hours to save the National Health Service (NHS)” and sought to make it once again “the envy of the world”. There was good evidence of serious problems over quality of care in the NHS: with high mortality from major diseases, excessively long waiting times, and a series of scandals that… (More)

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