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Health and intergovernmental relations in the devolved United Kingdom

Report 14/07/2008Dr Scott L. Greer | Alan Trench

This report explains how devolution shapes health policy in the four countries of the UK.

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Devolution and health

Report 28/01/2008Paul Jervis

This report describes how health policy has changed in the four countries of the UK since the previous Nuffield Trust report in 2003.

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Devolving policy, diverging values?

Report 25/01/2008Dr Scott L. Greer | David Rowland

This report focuses on the values of the NHS in each of the four nations, and those health care systems within Europe.

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The Department of Health and the Civil Service: from Whitehall to Department of Delivery to where?

Briefing 01/02/2007

This report focuses on the Department of Health and what its role might be in a post-devolution NHS.

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The impact of political devolution on the UK’s health services

Report 01/09/2003Paul Jervis | William Plowden

This report examines the influence of political devolution on the UK’s health services.

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Divergence and devolution

Report 01/10/2001Dr Scott L. Greer

This report compares the four health care systems of the UK and what each can learn from the others.

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Devolution & health 2nd report: monitoring the impact of devolution on the UK's health services

Report 01/06/2001Paul Jervis | William Plowden

This report examines the effects of the changes in systems of governance and accountability resulting from political devolution on the health services of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

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Devolution and health 1st report

Report 01/05/2000Paul Jervis | William Plowden

This report examines how the UK's four health services have developed since devolution.

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Devolution and health: Nuffield Trust Series No.3

Book 01/11/1998Robert Hazell | Paul Jervis

This book explores to what extent we can still talk of the NHS once it is run by three or four different governments within the UK.

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