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Liberating the NHS: the government’s White Paper on health reform

12 Aug 2010

On Monday 18 July, the Secretary of State for Health, Andrew Lansley, set out the new government’s plans to reform the NHS in England. The plans were set out in a document called ‘Equity and Excellence: Liberating the NHS’. The aim of these reforms is to give more power to doctors and patients in how services look, and how they are delivered.

Letter from health minister Ann Keen to strategic health authorities in England

31 Jul 2009

During National Epilepsy Week, the All Party Parliamentary Group on Epilepsy met in Westminster. Health Minister Ann Keen attended the meeting to hear about the work being carried out on behalf of people with epilepsy. She announced that she would be writing to all Strategic Health Authorities (SHA) in England to highlight this work, and ask them to improve their services for people with epilepsy.

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