An analysis of the factors that led to the creation of the NHS.Watch
Edwin Chadwick 1834 Poor Law
The Lunacy Act 1845 Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 7th Earl of
Edwin Chadwick's report led to the Public Health Act 1848.
Florence Nightingale Training school for Nurses in 1860
1875 Public Health Act.
Married Women's Property Act 1882
- The Trades Dispute Act (1906)
- The Workmen's Compensation Act (1906)
- The Children's Charter (1907)
- The Coal Mines Act (1908)
- Old Age Pension Act (1908)
- Labour Exchanges Act (1909)
- The Shops Act (1911)
- The Parliament Act (1911) that ensured MPs could be paid a salary. This meant that working men could, for the first time, afford to take office as MPs.
General practice covered workers under Lloyd George’s National Insurance Act of 1911, but not their wives and families.
1923 – The Nursing Act of 1919
1918 Representation of the People Act meant working class men many of whom fought in the Great War, could now vote.
women did finally get the vote on the same terms as men in 1928
1930 Poor Law Act.
The Mental Treatment Act 1930
1940, WW11, Labour Conservative coalition .
Sir William Beveridge, 1942
Education Act 1944, provided health care to children in schools.
Labour 1945 manifesto called for tremendous overhaul.
the National Insurance Act 1945
The National Insurance - Injuries at Work Act 1946
the National Assistance Act 1948
These types of new laws, followed by the National Health Service Act 1948, rang the changes that had already been partially set in place and enabled more people to access healthcare.
Jan 3rd 1948 bevan pledged free health care available to all.
Strengthened by the public feeling, he went over the head of the BMA. Immunisation advertisement encouraged parents to sign up for NHS health services in order to immunise their children against such avoidable disease. Within a month 90 % of the population had signed up and chosen a doctor forcing all doctors to jump on board as private practice virtually disappeared.
what i want to know is how the introduction of market forces have attempted to make more effective use of funding.:-/ how to use powerpoint and how to fit all this on a poster in 800 to 2000 words :-/ lol good luck
However, I'm completely lost with the whole market forces part so if you have any insight into how to go about this, that would be great!