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Parliament: Audiology

There was a debate in the House of Lords on audiology:

[W]hat progress has been made in implementing the National Audiology Action Plan contained within the Department of Health report, Improving Access to Audiology Services in England; how they intend to ensure that audiology is regarded as a priority area by strategic health authorities and primary care trusts; and what specific role they envisage for the independent sector.

Its too long to copy here, but if you want to read it go here.

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