Monograph

Lee, M.

Monograph
July 1965

One of the consequences of ill health which can have the profoundest social and economic effect is a legacy of chronic and permanent disability. It may arise from many different disorders, and can take as many different forms as blindness, deafness, mental sub-normality or paralysis. Not only is each person disabled a unique individual, but each type of disability presents fundamentally different difficulties.

Teeling Smith, G. ed.

Monograph
July 1965

Based on a series of six lectures discussing some of the special considerations which arise when a science based industry has the government as a major customer in its home market, with particular reference to the relationship between the pharmaceutical industry and the National Health Service. The book challenges conventional attitudes to costing, pricing and marketing which in the past have been applied to science-based industry. The first paper discusses the influence of patents on the pattern of progress.

Monograph
May 1963

Britain is not unique in having a health service. Practically every European country has accepted the provision of medical care as a community responsibility. Amongst the sixteen countries in Western Europe, only the Finns have not yet introduced an extensive compulsory pre-payment scheme of some sort and they are to do so in 1964.

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