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Who Should We Treat?

Rights, Rationing, and Resources in the NHS


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Who Should We Treat? by Christopher Newdick
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How should we allocate NHS resources between different patients and treatments? Increasingly, patients are regarded as 'consumers' of medical services, and yet demand for medical care exceeds the resources that are made available for it. How should the NHS manage the dilemmas presented by scarce resources? Who Should We Treat? examines the economic, political, and legal environment of patients' rights in the NHS.

Author Biography

Christopher Newdick is a Barrister and the Reader in Health Law at the University of Reading. He is also an honorary consultant to Reading Primary Care Trust, and a member of the Berkshire Priorities Committee.
Release date Australia
January 1st, 2005
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
2nd Revised edition
Oxford University Press
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