Medical specialisation and its consequences for England’s NHS

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 30 Number 1 (2022)

Medical specialisation and its consequences for England’s NHS
Steve Iliffe, Linda Patterson, Richard Bourne, Jill Manthorpe, pages 62-71

Abstract

One of the key ways that the NHS is fragmented is via the ever-increasing drive to medical specialisation. Training and valuing generalists has the power to drive better health outcomes and better working environments.

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Steve Iliffe, Linda Patterson, Richard Bourne, Jill Manthorpe (2022) Medical specialisation and its consequences for England’s NHS, Renewal, 30(1), 62-71

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