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Trent Regional Health Authority

Volume 931: debated on Wednesday 4 May 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services how much he has added, or proposes to add, by way of service increment for teaching to the revenue funds of the Trent Regional Hospital Authority; and whether he will make a statement about the method used to calculate this increment.

The revenue allocation to the Trent Regional Health Authority for 1977–78 includes a service increment for teaching amounting to £10·234 million at November 1976 price levels. This was calculated in accordance with the recommendations of the Resource Allocation Working Party and was based on forecasts of the numbers of medical and dental students receiving clinical teaching in 1980–81.