Guide to the law of the NHS
Landmark Chambers is a leading set of barristers chambers advising on the legal rules that affect the operation and management of the NHS in England.
This resource provides information on the law relating to the operation and management of the NHS in England. Please see terms under which information is made available.
The website is designed to assist:
- Solicitors, NHS managers and clinicians working in the NHS
- NHS Clinical Support Units
- Solicitors and advice workers supporting patients
- GP practices and solicitors advising GP practices
- Commercial organisations working within the NHS, including pharmaceutical companies
- Health research organisations
- Charities and other non-profit organisations that support patients.
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- An Introduction to the Legal Structures of the NHS
- The powers and duties of the Secretary of State for Health
- Direct Payments and Personal Health Budgets
- A Guide to the Law on NHS Continuing Care and NHS Funded Nursing Care
- A Guide to the Law on Patient Choice
- Establishing the NHS body responsible for commissioning NHS services for patients
- Commissioning NHS Services
- Who is entitled to access NHS services free of charges and who is required to pay charges for NHS services?
- The purpose and effect of the NHS Constitution
- NHS Acute Care Contracting
- Community Dental Services
- The Impact of Procurement Law in the NHS
- GP Practice Management
- The law and practice of the major reconfiguration of NHS Services
- Public Health and Public Law
- NHS Complaints and the Health Service