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The Scottish scene

  • John Loudon (a1) and Denise Coia (a2)
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Health service provision now lies almost completely within the powers of the Scottish Parliament and accounts for 40% of the Executive's budget. There is a Minister and a Deputy Minister for Health. There are six key groups – the Scottish people, the Scottish Parliament, the Scottish Executive, the health service, the local authorities and the press, all with high expectations that things should get better.

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Criminal Justice (2001) A Report of the Committee on Serious Violent and Sexual Offenders. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive.
Mental Health Reference Group (2000) Risk Management. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive.
Mental Health Reference Group (2001) Needs Assessment for a Comprehensive Local Mental Health Service. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive.
Scottish Office (1997a) A Framework for Mental Health Services in Scotland. Edinburgh: Scottish Office.
Scottish Office (1997b) Designed to Care. Edinburgh: Scottish Office.
Scottish Executive (2000) Our National Health: A Plan for Action, A Plan for Change. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive.
Scottish Executive (2001) New Directions. A Report on the Review of the Mental Health (Scotland) Act 1984. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive.
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The Scottish scene

  • John Loudon (a1) and Denise Coia (a2)
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