The concise NHS handbook

NHS Handbook cover 2013/14

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Order your copy of the concise NHS handbook by calling 0844 334 5249 or completing our order form online.

The 2013/14 handbook is the most recent edition to be published containing up to date and relevant information.

The essential guide to the NHS in England

The handbook provides quick and easy to understand explanations of how the NHS is structured as well as the roles and responsibilities of the different NHS bodies, so you can understand how it all fits together.

Additional chapters also cover quality, safety and regulation, NHS finances and the NHS workforce, so you can learn about or brush up your knowledge in these key areas.

Also available for your e-reader

You can download the concise NHS handbook for your e-reader with the Kindle version on Amazon and the e-pub version in the Apple iTunes store. 

Please note the handbook is only available in hard copy or for your e-reader. It is not available to purchase in PDF format.  

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