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The NHS after 60: For Patients or Profits? a new and exciting book by John Lister

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Created 08/06/2008 - 14:17
Julian Tudor Hart
"John Lister has written a book which everyone interested or active in health care needs to read."
Tony Benn
"This is a very significant book, meticulously researched, and intensely readable."
  • Paperback: 350 pages
  • Publisher: Middlesex University Press (30 April 2008)
  • Language English
  • ISBN-10: 1904750303
  • ISBN-13: 978-1904750307
  • Table of Contents
    Author's preface
    Acknowledgements and dedication
    INTRODUCTION
    From NHS to DIY? The decisive modernisation - and today
    CHAPTER ONE
    Bevan tackles the failure of the British health "market"
    CHAPTERTWO
    Consensus under strain: the first 30 years 1948-1979
    CHAPTER THREE
    The end of consensus: the road back to the market 1979-1988
    CHAPTER FOUR
    The first steps into the marketplace 1988-1997
    CHAPTER FIVE
    New Labour - new market? Picking up the pieces 1997-2000
    CHAPTER SIX
    The NHS Plan -MrMilburn heads back to market 2000-2005
    CHAPTER SEVEN
    Hewitt and Blair crank up the pace 2005-2008
    CHAPTER EIGHT
    National Health Services? The changing model in Scotland,
    Wales and Northern Ireland
    CHAPTER NINE
    New dimensions in privatisation
    CHAPTER TEN
    The evolution of primary care
    CHAPTER ELEVEN
    The NHS in an international context
    CHAPTER TWELVE
    Into a seventh decade: what have we got left?
    Alternatives and conclusions
    References
    Index
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