Who shall live and who shall die? A case study of public engagement in health care planning

Rationing of National Health Service expenditure is inevitable, difficult, controversial, and it is unusual for the public to have a direct say in setting healthcare spending priorities at the local level.
  

Who shall live and who shall die? A case study of public engagement in health care planning

John MayMiddlesex University Business School

INTRODUCTION

Who shall live and who shall die? Decision making doesn't get much tougher than this. Spend...

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