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Assessing population needs in primary health care : the problem of GP attachment
Recent government policy has emphasised the benefits of assessing need at a local level, For Health Authorities operating a system of strict GP attachment, attempting to do this for localities within districts is not ...
An Evaluation of the Community Care Group Scheme of Norwich Health Authority
(University of East Anglia, Health Policy Research Unit, 1991)
An assessment of a hospital-based pregnancy testing service
A proposal to withdraw the hospital-based pregnancy testing service provoked a local debate in which a range of strongly held but conflicting opinions were expressed. It was agreed to seek more detailed information before ...
Evaluation of an integrated community antenatal clinic
The obstetric outcome and experience of care of 96 pregnant women attending an integrated community antenatal clinic staffed by general practitioners, a community midwife and an obstetric accredited senior registrar were ...
Day case laparoscopic sterilization : time for a rethink?
The postoperative experiences of 50 women undergoing laparoscopic sterilization as a day case procedure were sought together with the views of their general practitioners. The women were not visited routinely at home and ...
Should women carry their antenatal records?
A study of women's views on carrying their medical records during their pregnancy was conducted in Cambridge in 1982. Eighty eight women who were given their full records were compared with a control group of 83 women who ...
The working relationship between the general practitioner and the health visitor
The views of 40 health visitors from the Cambridge health district on their working relationship with general practitioners are presented. Patterns of attachment and facilities at the work base are described. The health ...