Dentists and the National Health Service
To discover the profession's general feeling about conditions in the National Health Service.
- Main Topics/Subject Category
- Information on attitudes towards the NHS includes: how respondent finds conditions in general terms (3 point scale), if dissatisfied, whether more dissatisfied with pay (6 categories) or with conditions of practice other than pay. Type of remuneration system favoured (i.e. by scale of fees, salaried service, by capitation fee), and attitudes towards the limitation of individual earnings are recorded together with views on what an NHS patient should pay for treatment (7 statements), and whether priority classes should be exempt from any possible charges.
Conditions in general terms, pay/salary satisfcation, type of remuneration system favoured (i.e. by scale of fees, salaried service, by capitation fee), NHS treatment charges, exemption from charges, age, sex, type of practice (i.e. whether in NHS, if so, practice category is given: partnership etc.), area of practice.
- United Kingdom, age, attitudes, conditions of employment, dentists, fees, gender, health services, job satisfaction, partnerships (business), professional standards, wages
- Identifier Variables
- Economic/Subject Categories
- Quality measure, Proxies
- Area of Health System
- Primary care
- Data Available
- Risk behaviours
- Data collecting organization (s)
- Taylor Nelson Group
- Data Type
- Survey (cross-sectional)
- Coverage (date of field work)
- Unit of Analysis
6859 dentists residing in the United Kingdom in 1965
- ESDS Access and Preservation, UK Data Archive
- Conditions of Access
- Free registration access