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Nhs (Staff)

Volume 116: debated on Friday 15 May 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for Scotland how many staff have been employed by the National Health Service in Scotland for each year since 1979, expressed as whole-time equivalents as well as actual full-time and part-time numbers in the following categories: (a) nurses and midwives, (b) ancillaries, (c) administrative and clerical and (d) professional and technical.

The information requested is shown in the table.of charge. Provision was accordingly made in the Police (Scotland) Regulations 1976 for officers to be reimbursed for NHS medical and dental treatment for which a charge was made. There are no comparable circumstances in the case of nurses.