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  2. John R Ashton, Joint Editors

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    THE FUTURE OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN ENGLAND? SOCIAL CONSCIENCE AS WELL AS SCIENTIFIC INTENT

    In this issue we carry several takes on the state of play with public health in England. Following the latest of what has become a monotonous series of structural reorganisations, the English National Health Service is now feeling its way back to its roots in local government. Increasingly, local directors of public health are joint appointments with local authorities, holding out the prospect of the sought of leverage over the determinants of health that was possible in what is sometimes held to be the Golden Age before 1974. In Public Health Past and Present, Martin Gorsky peels off some of the layers of nuance about the strengths and weaknesses …

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