Understanding Benefits: Doctors and benefits

Ennals, Simon
December 1990
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);12/8/90, Vol. 301 Issue 6764, p1321
Academic Journal
Focuses on the social security benefits in Great Britain. Role of doctors play in social security benefits; Effect of legislative changes on the benefits that patients could be claiming; Statutory role of medical practitioners in providing medical evidence free of charge. INSET: MATERIA INDOMEDICA, SUNIL PANDYA.


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