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This change has been welcomed by most health professionals because the aim is commendable, although Klein (1983) would argue that the change in emphasis from medical engineering to social engineering has occurred only as a result of the incapability of medical science to produce health and the increasing health care expenditure. However, health promotion as interpreted by the reforms does not fit comfortably into a general practice setting, as it appears to overlook the influence that social phenomena have on health status.
28 How social policy influences health Thatcher has been the first Prime Minister to tackle the doctors and come anywhere near winning. Her victories, though small, have been significant. The concept of clinical freedom has been challenged and doctors are now accountable for the outcomes as well as the outputs of the care they give. GPs have accepted the new contract despite initial threats to resign en masse and are very committed to health promotion to the extent that immunization targets which were once thought to be unrealistic are now being reached or even exceeded.
One task of the current and future governments is to provide answers to these questions. The tasks of the current government in relation to social security are equally daunting, especially in times of a world recession and mounting unemployment. Firstly a decision has to be made as to whether or not Britain can still afford a welfare state in the 1990s and if it can, how it will be financed. For example, should this be by increasing taxes or should the state subsidize premiums for private occupational pensions and health insurance?