The Week: A personal view of current medicopolitical events

April 1988
British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);4/16/1988, Vol. 296 Issue 6629, p1138
Academic Journal
Focuses on the customary annual briefing on doctor's pay by the British Medical Association. Consideration of the economic circumstances in meeting pay awards for doctors; Effect of funding the health service on the quality of life of doctors; Call for the government to recognize its obligation to fund the Great Britain National Health Service.


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