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The Committee's solution seemed to be to multiply the number of doctors at the second clinic by five. It may be that the doctor who was seeing thirty patients was asking everyone to come back unnecessarily. Similarly, some hospitals apparently have far too many deliveries, but that may be because they take all-comers and the bookings are not determined by need. The Short Report did not really face up to these problems. Miss Dora Henschel (Senior Midwifery Tutor, King's College Hospital, London): Was there any reaction to Dr Hall's published article relating to the research that she presented today?

This has enabled us to attempt the development of a pregnancy care service that has an organic unity. We feel that this is slowly being achieved, to the marked benefit of both patients and professionals. , Taylor, R. and Morrell, D. C. (1978). Integration of general practitioner and specialist antenatal care. J. Roy. Coll. Gen. , 28, 455 5 Community Antenatal Care: The Sighthill Community Antenatal Scheme Ian McKee INTRODUCTION Community antenatal care schemes are being developed in different parts of the country, and it has been shown that it is perfectly feasible to bring antenatal care closer to the consumer without an increase in cost or a decrease in efficiency.

Taylor and Dr Ian McKee Mrs Sheila Kitzinger (Social Anthropologist, Oxford): Dr Dowling mentioned language teaching with immigrant women. ' We have an opportunity when working with women who are from other cultures to help them to communicate and also to change our health services for the better by being able to say what they want, ask for what they want and get what they want. Brent Community Health Council has just come out with an excellent booklet for black people in the health services, in which this point is made very strongly.

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