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Article by Sir Liam entitled Performing a Truly National Health Service , from_ Whitehall and Westminster World _Newspaper

Consists of article by Sir Liam in which he discusses his role as Chief Medical Officer, the dangers of infectious and sexually transmitted diseases as well as smoking and obesity, health inequalities, and how strengthening the public health function and NHS reform can help achieve change. Makes reference to the White Paper Choosing Health: Making Healthy Choices Easier, published later this year on 16 November 2004.

Article featured on page 5.

Article by Sir Liam from Lessons for the Future from the Past: A Look at the Role of Regions in the NHS

Consists of report of the Senior Administrative Medical Officer's Conference 1996. Includes an article by Sir Liam on Regional Offices - 1996 Onwards, where he discusses public health adding value both at a regional and central level.

Other contributors include the then Chief Medical Officer Sir Kenneth Calman and former Chief Medical Officers Sir Donald Acheson and Sir George Godber.

Article featured on pages 11 to 13.

Article by Sir Liam on his time at University from_ The Times _newspaper

Consists of copy of article by Sir Liam as part of a series entitled One of the Best, but Remember the Rest, in which public figures who did not go to Oxford or Cambridge University recount their experiences and how this informed who they became. Sir Liam discusses his time at Bristol, Birmingham and Leicester University.

Article featured on page 4.

Article by Sir Liam on the issues facing the NHS in New Statesman: The Future Direction of the NHS

Consists of a prediction by Sir Liam on the future of the National Health Service, the outstanding challenges and what the priorities should be. Discusses the need for integration of primary, hospital, community and social elements of the service, for regional variations in care quality to be addressed, to utilise technological and scientific advances to maximise diagnostic and treatment opportunities, for citizens to take responsibility for their own health and well-being and for global health inequality to be an imperative.

Article featured on pages 3 to 5.

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