Reforms and the University of Oxford

1909 The Lancet  
1534 that the work of providing attendance for pauper out-th patients should be placed upon the shoulders to which it n< properly belongs and not left to the voluntary hospitals ; but al it follows upon this that the Poor-law medical service must he be used only where the aid required is properly rewarded. m The second element in the general question, that of the tr abuse of the out-patient departments of hospitals by persons m able to pay, formed no part of the reference made to Miss u
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