Gagging public health doctors

Sheard, Sally
December 1994
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);12/17/94, Vol. 309 Issue 6969, p1643
Academic Journal
Focuses on the elimination of public health advocacy in Great Britain. Replacement of eight regional health authorities by eight analogous National Health Service Executive regional offices; Transformation of regional directors of public health and staff into civil servants; Components of the public health movement.


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