The NHS At 50 Years

July 03, 1998

(The NHS's 50th Anniversary)

(Clinical governance and the drive for quality improvement in the new NHS in England)

Contact: Dr Gabriel Scally, Regional Director of Public Health, NHS Executive (South and West), Westwood House, Lime Kiln Close, Stoke Gifford, Bristol gscally@doh.gov.uk

(The Bevan legacy)

Contact:
Michael Portillo, Cabinet Minister, Conservative Government 1992-7, London c/o Alison Broom mportillo@kmg.com

(Looking forward. The NHS: feeling well and thriving at 75)

Contact:
Donald Berwick, Chief Executive Officer, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, 135 Francis Street, Boston, MA, USA

(The BMA and the NHS)

Contact:
Charles Webster, Senior Research Fellow, All Souls College, University of Oxford, Oxford

(Views from abroad. A rational bureaucracy in a civilised society)

Contact: Christian Koeck, President, Koeck, Ebner and Partners, Vienna, Austria ckoeck@compuserve.com

(Will the fudge on equity sustain the NHS into the next millennium?)

Contact:
Mr Nicholas Mays, Director, Health Systems Programme, King's Fund, London N.Mays@kehf.org.uk

(Change and resistance to change in the NHS)

Contact: Diane Plamping, Codirector, Urban Health Partnership, Primary Care Group, King's Fund, London wws@dial.pipex.com

(The jewel in welfare's crown. The NHS will glisten if it retains middle class support)

Contact: Nicholas Timmins, Public Policy Editor, Financial Times, 1 Horseshoe Court, London

(Our feet set on a new path entirely. To the transformation of primary care and partnership with patients)

Contact:
Dr Julian Tudor Hart, Retired General Practitioner, Swansea c rustyhart@aol.com

(Imagining futures for the NHS. Familiar institutions might be revamped and strong)

Contact:
Dr Richard Smith, Editor, BMJ jshepher@bma.org.uk

(On the ways to Calvary. Ministers should realise the command and control model the white paper entails)

Contact:
Professor Rudolf Klein, Centre for the Analysis of Social Policy, University of Bath, Bath R.E.Klein@bath.ac.uk
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