Healthcare Management

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2.1NHS waiting times across four UK countries, 1997 and 2003
3.1Total expenditure on health as a percentage of GDP in selected OECD countries 1960–2002
4.1Clinical services at a district general acute hospital
4.2Strengths of primary and secondary care settings for diabetes care
6.1Lay views of health: themes and associated statements
6.2Basic indicators for a selection of WHO member states, 2002
6.3Estimated deaths per 100,000 by cause of death and selected WHO member states, 2002
6.4Estimated deaths per 100,000 by communicable, maternal, perinatal and nutritional causes for a selection of WHO member states, 2002
6.5Estimated deaths per 100,000 by non-communicable diseases for a selection of WHO member states, 2002
6.6Estimated deaths per 100,000 by injuries for a selection of WHO member states, 2002
6.7Millennium development goals: selected health indicators in selected WHO member states, 2000
6.8The social determinants of health
6.9Expenditure on health for a selection of WHO member states
8.1Integrated regional vascular service (IRVS)
9.1Prevalence of mental disorders in men and women
9.2The ten essential shared capabilities for mental health practice
10.1Weighted benefit scores and estimated costs
14.1Professionally qualified and support staff in the NHS, 2004
14.2HR practices and NHS policies
15.1The transition cycle
15.2The cultural web
18.1Unintended consequences of public sector performance indicator systems
19.1Summary of studies of leadership development in the NHS since 1997
22.1Current and emerging paradigms
23.1Advantages and disadvantages of approaches to budgeting

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