Volume 3 - Supplement 2

 

Scottish Universities Medical Journal 2014: Volume 3, Supplement 2

Special Referendum Issue

Please find below individual articles, which can be downloaded from the links provided.

Please Note: References and page numbers are included in individual articles only.

 

Download Entire SUMJ Volume 3: Supplement 2 as a PDF

 

 

  Better Together? The NHS in an Independent Scotland (Editorial)

Kevin Barr (Year 3 Mental Health Nursing Student, University of Dundee; Special Issue Guest Editor; Deputy Editor - SUMJ)

Cite This Article As:

Barr, K. (2014). 'Better Together? The NHS in an Independent Scotland'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(S2), PP. S4-S5.

 

  SUMJ Referendum Poll Results - 2012

Kevin Barr (Year 3 Mental Health Nursing Student, University of Dundee; Special Issue Guest Editor; Deputy Editor - SUMJ)

Cite This Article As:

Barr, K. (2014). 'SUMJ Referendum Poll Results - 2012'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(S2), PP. S6-S8.

 

  SUMJ Referendum Poll Results - 2013

Kevin Barr (Year 3 Mental Health Nursing Student, University of Dundee; Special Issue Guest Editor; Deputy Editor - SUMJ)

Cite This Article As:

Barr, K. (2014). 'SUMJ Referendum Poll Results - 2013'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(S2), PP. S9-S12.

 

  NHS Scotland after the Referendum

Willie Wilson (Former Lecturer and Researcher in Pharmacology, University of Glasgow; Founding Member of NHS for YES)

Cite This Article As:

Wilson, W. (2014). 'NHS Scotland after the Referendum'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(S2), PP. S13-S14.

 

  Our Future Health

Ian Murray (MP - Labour) (Member of Parliament for Edinburgh South; Shadow Business Minister for Trade and Investment)

Cite This Article As:

Murray, I. (2014). 'Our Future Health'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(S2), PP. S15-S17.

 

  Mental Healthcare in Scotland: Referendum Impacts

Mike Ramsay (Lecturer in Nursing - Mental Health, University of Dundee)

Cite This Article As:

Ramsay, M. (2014). 'Mental Healthcare in Scotland: Referendum Impacts'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(S2), PP. S18-S20.

 

  Scotland's Future

Aileen McLeod (MSP - Scottish National Party) (Member of the Scottish Parliament for the South of Scotland; Member of the Health & Sport Committee)

Cite This Article As:

McLeod, A. (2014). 'Scotland's Future'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(S2), PP. S21-S22.

 

  Why Clinicians & Students Should Vote 'No'

Jackson Carlaw (MSP - Scottish Conservatives) (Deputy Leader of the Scottish Conservatives; Spokesman for Health; Member of the Scottish Parliament for the West of Scotland)

Cite This Article As:

Carlaw, J. (2014). 'Why Clinicians and Students Should Vote No'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(S2), PP. S23-S25.

 

  Independence: An Opportunity for Scottish Healthcare to Flourish

Alex Neil (MSP - Scottish National Party) (Member of the Scottish Parliament for Airdrie & Shotts; Cabinet Secretary for Health & Wellbeing)

Cite This Article As:

Neil, A. (2014). 'Independence: An Opportunity for Scottish Healthcare to Flourish'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(S2), PP. S26-28.

 

  The Impact of the Referendum on the NHS in Scotland

Dr Bob Rankin (Lecturer in Nursing - Mental Health, University of Dundee)

Cite This Article As:

Rankin, B. (2014). 'The Impact of the Referendum on the NHS in Scotland'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(S2), PP. S29-S30.

 

  The Impact of Independence on the Health Service

Willie Rennie (MSP - Scottish Liberal Democrats) (Member of the Scottish Parliament for Mid-Scotland and Fife)

Cite This Article As:

Rennie, W. (2014). 'The Impact of Independence on the Health Service'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(S2), PP. S31-S32.

 

  The Case for an Independent Scotland

Kevin Ferguson (UNITE Branch Officer; Radical Independence Campaign Member)

Cite This Article As:

Ferguson, K. (2014). 'The Case for an Independent Scotland'. Scottish Universities Medical Journal, 3(S2), PP. S33-S35.