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Psychiatrists' experiences of trust status hospitals

  • Rajendra Persaud (a1), Edward Bullmore (a2) and Christopher Dare (a3)
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It is over a year since the Government introduced its reforms of the NHS and, despite surveys of consultant attitudes to these changes (Whitfield et al, 1989; Delamothe, 1990) and numerous letters to journals from those working in Trusts, there has been no attempt to systematically investigate the experiences of consultant psychiatrists working in NHS trusts. This information would be of use to those contemplating whether to countenance trust status for their own hospitals and those yet to make up their mind about their attitudes to the reforms.

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Bullmore, E., Persaud, R. & Dare, C. (1992) A survey of attitudes to NHS reforms among consultant psychiatrists in Trust administered hospitals. Psychiatric Bulletin, 16, 678679.
Delamothe, T. (1990) Consultants say no to self-governing trusts. British Medical Journal, 30, 1539.
Whitfield, M., Wood, N. & Wright, F. (1989) Responses by general practitioners in Avon to proposals for general practice in the white paper Working for Patients. British Medical Journal, 298, 12241226.
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BJPsych Bulletin
  • ISSN: 0955-6036
  • EISSN: 1472-1473
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Psychiatrists' experiences of trust status hospitals

  • Rajendra Persaud (a1), Edward Bullmore (a2) and Christopher Dare (a3)
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