The Politics of Hospital Provision in Early Twentieth-Century Britain by Barry M Doyle
(Studies for the Society for the Social History of Medicine)

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Doyle examines the role of local and national politics on hospitals. Ultimately, Doyle argues that social and economic diversity created a number of models for future health care which rested on a combination of voluntary and municipal provision.
 

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Published October 6, 2015 by Routledge. 320 pages
Genres: History, Professional & Technical, Travel. Non-fiction

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With the National Health Service (NHS) a central feature of contemporary political discourse at home, and with its famous attributes – universal, comprehensive and free at the point of use – so widely noticed in health policy circles abroad, it was inevitable that its history, and pre-history, sh...

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