Introduction: writing the history of the 'International' Health Service Part I: Healthcare and migration in Britain during the post-war period
1. The making of a cornerstone
2. Empire, migration and the NHS Part II: The colonial legacy, racism and the staffing of surgeries
3. The empire of the mind and medical migration
4. Discrimination and the development of general practice
5. From 'pairs of hands' to family doctors Part III: Shaping British medicine and British society
6. 'The more you did, the more they depended on you': memories of practice on the periphery
7. Beyond the surgery boundaries: doctors' organisations and activist medics
8. Adding to the mosaic of British general practice Conclusion: Historicising a 'revolution' Bibliography Index -- .
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