2 edition of study of the development of hospital contributory schemes in England and Wales. found in the catalog.
study of the development of hospital contributory schemes in England and Wales.
by British HospitalsContributory Schemes Association (1948) in Bristol
Written in English
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The Leeds Workpeople’s Hospital Fund. The Leeds Workpeople’s Hospital Fund came into operation at the end of on the initiative of Alderman Fred Spark, a mid-century Radical Liberal and editor of the radical Leeds Express.
25 Spark was a central figure in working class organisations in the city and had secured a position on the Board of Leeds General Infirmary representing workers Cited by: 2.
The second was a message promoted publicly by those associated with the schemes in the city that contribution was a civic duty. This is a theme that will be returned to in some detail. First, however, some contextualization will be provided by means of an overview of the situation regarding hospital contributory schemes in by: 2.
The classic work is B. Abel-Smith, The HospitalsA Study in Social Administration in England and Wales (London, ) Two excellent regional studies are: G. Rivett, The development of the London hospital system, (London, ) and J.
Pickstone, Medicine and Industrial Society (Manchester, ). A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
The Voluntary Hospitals and Hospital Contributory Schemes: A Regional Study' Social History of Medicine 5, 3, pp () 'Before the National Health Service: financing the voluntary hospitals, ' Economic History Review, L, 2, pp In particular, the growth of hospital contributory schemes enabled renewed hospital expansion to occur and established a quasi-insurance basis to hospital activity in place of the earlier, largely.
Abstract. This study considers the social history of the Birmingham and Midland Hospitals for Women Incorporated between and The hospitals were an integral part of the voluntary hospital system in Birmingham, where two general infirmaries and a range of smaller specialist institutions had been set up to deal with the health care needs of a growing population during the period of Author: Judith Lockhart.
The National Health Service (NHS) is the publicly funded healthcare system in England, and one of the four National Health Service systems in the United is the largest single-payer healthcare system in the world. Primarily funded by the government from general taxation (plus a small amount from National Insurance contributions), and overseen by the Department of Health and Social Headquarters: Richmond House, London, England.
The Leeds General Infirmary ( beds) was the second largest provincial hospital in England and Wales. It and Sheffield's Royal Infirmary ( beds) and Royal Hospital ( beds) were teaching hospitals. Although lacking a medical school, the Leicester Royal Infirmary ( beds) and the Nottingham General Hospital ( beds) matched them in by: 3.
John Mohan is Professor of Social Policy, University of Southampton, and Deputy Director of the Third Sector Research Centre. He is co-author of Mutualism and Health Care: British Hospital Contributory Schemes in the Twentieth Century (Manchester University Press, ) and author of Planning, Markets and Hospitals (Routledge, ).
His research interests currently focus on the role Cited by: 3. " TNA MH 80/34, T.W. Place, British Hospitals Contributory Schemes Association, ‘Memorandum on Contributory Schemes Development’, 21 May ; M. Gorsky and J. Mohan with T.
Willis, Mutualism and Health Care: British Hospital Contributory Schemes in the Twentieth Century (Manchester, ), pp. 50, Cited by: 2. Book Reviews British Doctors at Home and Abroad. By BRIAN ABEL-SMITHand KATHLEEN GALES. London: The Codicote Press, Pp. lOS. Knowledge is the most important part of the capital stock.
Coping with it raises peculiar problems. For the most part it is scattered in bits and pieces and defies inventory. It arises in unexpected ways. ‘These Schemes Will Win for Themselves the Confidence of the People’: Irish Independence, Poor Law Reform and Hospital Provision - Volume 58 Issue 1 - Donnacha Seán LuceyCited by: 3.
The Development of the Health Services reprinted from The Medical Officer 27 February, By SOMERVILLE HASTINGS, M.S., F.R.C.S., Chairman, Hospitals and Medical Services Committee, London County Council. Two doctors debate the pros and cons of joining a National Health Service Feb The first of a Series of eight Lectures on Social Medicine and Public Health delivered on.
Norwich Hospital Contributors Association, Reports (). Nufï¬ eld Provincial Hospitals Trust, Report on purposes and activities, ().
Page, A. T., Pennies for health: the British Hospital Contributory Schemes Association (Birmingham, ). Palliser, G., The charitable work of hospital contributory schemes (Bristol, ). 4B Abel-Smith, The hospitals – a study in social administration in England and Wales, London, Heinemann, ; R Pinker, English hospital statistics, –, London, Heinemann, ; C Webster, The health services since the war: problems of health care, London, HMSO, 5In particular, M Gorsky, J Mohan and M Powell.
Gorsky, M; Mohan, J; Willis, T; () Hospital contributory schemes and the NHS Debates the rejection of social insurance in the British welfare state.
Twentieth Century British History, 16. In this article, however, we focus on an earlier and often overlooked piece of legislation, which had a perhaps equally significant impact on the development of hospitals in England and Wales.
This was the Local Government Act, which changed both the ownership and the focus of many of the largest hospitals in the country. t () The conditions in England’s inner cities on the eve of the riots, Area., 15, M.
Gorsky,and() From hospital contributory schemes to health cash plans: mutualism in health care in the post-war period. Journal of social policy., 34, (3), Gorsky, M; () Hospital Contributory Schemes and the NHS Debates The Rejection of Social Insurance in the British Welfare State. Twentieth Century British History, 16 (2).
Section 13A of the Local Government Finance Act (c. 14) (“ Act”), substituted by section 10 of the Local Government Finance Act (c. 17), requires each billing authority in England to make a scheme specifying the reductions which are to apply to amounts of council tax payable by persons, or classes or persons, whom the authority considers are in financial need.
And, of course, we know that there is a funding gap per pupil between England and Wales. That's culminating in headteachers taking prolonged periods of absence.
The report suggested that, over a three-year period, around eight years and 10 months had been lost, at least, in headteacher absences across Wales, and headteachers had been off.Contributory schemes were a significant factor in Belfast, in the northern area of Ireland that remained part of the United Kingdom, and which looked much like any major British city in this respect Meanwhile, the proportion of voluntary hospital beds for private middle-class patients across Ireland was only around 5 per cent in the s.