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Public services: lessons from coronavirus

Inquiry

In our first inquiry, the Committee will examine what the experience of the coronavirus outbreak can tell us about the future role, priorities and shape of public services. The inquiry will focus on four key areas: the integration of services; inequalities in access and outcome; the relationship between local and national services; and the role of civil society—the private sector, charities, volunteers and community groups—during coronavirus.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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1st Report - A critical juncture for public services: lessons from COVID-19
Inquiry Public services: lessons from coronavirus
Committees Public Services Committee
HL Paper 167
Report
Response to this report
Government Response to Public Services Committee 1st report, 'A critical juncture for public services: lessons from COVID-19'
Government Response

Oral evidence transcripts

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10 June 2021
Inquiry Public services: lessons from coronavirus
Witnesses Addiction and mental health service users
Committees Public Services Committee
Oral Evidence
10 June 2021
Inquiry Public services: lessons from coronavirus
Committees Public Services Committee
Oral Evidence
10 June 2021
Inquiry Public services: lessons from coronavirus
Committees Public Services Committee
Oral Evidence
PSR0070 - Public services: lessons from coronavirus
Witnesses Doctors for the NHS
Committees Public Services Committee
Written Evidence
PSR0049 - Public services: lessons from coronavirus
Witnesses Our NHS Our Concern, British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, and Doctors' Association UK
Committees Public Services Committee
Written Evidence
PSR0032 - Public services: lessons from coronavirus
Witnesses Our NHS Our Concern, Doctors Association UK, British Association of Doctors of Indian Origin, and Doctors for the NHS
Committees Public Services Committee
Written Evidence

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