Issue 1 - May - 'Male Midwives' from Sunderland CHC
Issue 2 - July - Stroke Patients in the Home
Issue 3 - September - 'Should patients have a say?'
Issue 4 - November - How do you make contact with the Public?
Issue 5 - January - Services for Drug Dependants
Issue 6 - April - Complaints Gap
Issue 7 - May - Complaints about CHCs - whose responsibility?
Issue 8 - June - Grant Given to CHCs for extra staff
Issue 9 - July - Why should the public care?
Issue 10 - August - Asbestos - more facts needed
Issue 11 - September - Patients' Committees one year on
Issue 12 - October - Bridging the gap
Issue 13 - November - In Sickness and in Health
Issue 14 - December - Stroke Patients Survey
Issue 15 - January - Doctors' defence societies
Issue 16 - February - Meals on wheels
Issue 17 - March - Social class and health
Issue 18 - April - CHCs and the use of video
Issue 19 - May - Doctors and people
Issue 20 - June - Patients Committees gather support
Issue 21 - July - Sir George Godber on health education and CHCs
Issue 22 - August - CHCs on Pollution Watch
Issue 23 - September - CHC takes to the road
Issue 24 - October - When your kidneys fail ...
Issue 25 - November - Phobias
Issue 26 - December - A tankful of trouble
Issue 27 - January - Ill health and hidden causes
Issue 28 - February - Voting for a view of health
Issue 29 - March - What CHCs think
Issue 30 - April - Fume sniffing
Issue 31 - May - Stricter rules for GP deputising
Issue 32 - June - Keeping an eye on the growth of private hospitals
Issue 33 - July - Better dental services for all
Issue 34 - August - Wasteful chaos in NHS supplies
Issue 35 - September - The way the money goes ...
Issue 36 - October - Waiting lists
Issue 37 - November - Schizophrenia
Issue 38 - December - Drug testing costs too much?
Issue 39 - February - Nurses and nursing
Issue 40 - March - The need for an ambulance
Issue 41 - April - The state of primary care
Issue 42 - May - Gritting the NHS oyster
Issue 43 - June - Alternative medicine
Issue 44 - July - Consultation or community action
Issue 45 - August - Thumbs up for CHCs
Issue 46 - September - Cuts and the consequences
Issue 47 - October - AGM seeks urgent talks with government
Issue 48 - November - Court hearing was 'moral victory' for CHC
Issue 49 - December - Consultation should carry on ...
Issue 50 - January - Will CHCs be needed?
Issue 51 - February - The case for CHCs
Issue 52 - March - CHCs have a formidable case
Issue 53 - April - Pay beds consultation will carry on
Issue 54 - May - Heart transplants: behind the ballyhoo
Issue 55 - June - Prevention in child health
Issue 56 - July - Treat the child not just the illness
Issue 57 - August - CHCs will continue - but under scrutiny
Issue 58 - September - Going private?
Issue 59 - October - Invest in the future
Issue 60 - November - Too many x-rays
Issue 61 - December - Care of the dying
Issue 62 - January - Complaints - should Doctors decide?
Issue 63 - February - Robbed by the NHS!
Issue 64 - March - Keep it local
Issue 65 - April - Leaning on the community
Issue 66 - May - Action on Black Spots
Issue 67 - June - Getting the better of statistics
Issue 68 - July - Smokescreen at the zoo - the tobacco industry escapes again
Issue 69 - August / September - The costs of specs
Issue 70 - October - CHC ante-natal care surveys
Issue 71 - November - Protecting the patients
Issue 72 - December - Social services cuts deepening
Issue 73 - January / February - Unemployment and health
Issue 74 - March - GP Receptionists
Issue 75 - April - Residency test for new patients
Issue 76 - May - Occupational health in the NHS
Issue 77 - June - Why do British Asians get Rickets?
Issue 78 - July - CHCs call for 'no-fault' compensation
Issue 79 - August / September - Flouride and democracy
Issue 80 - October - Wake up - changing the inpatient's day
Issue 81 - November - Renal Units
Issue 82 - December - Family Practitioner Committees (FPCs) go independent - it's official
Issue 83 - January / February - Doctors and patients - a new alliance
Issue 84 - March - Drug companies under attack
Issue 85 - April - Crisis - whose crisis?
Issue 86 - May - The muted voice of the public
Issue 87 - June - Legislation ditched in pre-election rush
Issue 88 - July / August - CHCs are not at risk
Issue 89 - September - A dusty answer on asbestos
Issue 90 - October - Cuts fury grows
Issue 91 - November - Self-help groups
Issue 92 - December - Open market for eye care
ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY HEALTH COUNCILS
1974 - 2003
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