The requirement to pay for parking when visiting relatives in hospital causes widespread anger. It is, however, at the same time, a source of revenue for the NHS trust that operates the hospital in question. This dissertation firstly charts the introduction of car parking charging within NHS hospitals and then notes the academic arguments on both sides of the argument. These are then contextualised by reference to primary data collected from patients, workers and relatives. This dissertation endeavours to ultimately proffer suggestions as to how the conflict demands of sensitivity to patient care can be balanced by the need to raise much needed funds.
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Future changes to the fee status of EU research postgraduate students enrolling in the 2017/18 academic year have yet to be formally clarified by the UK Government and will depend on the timing and terms of the UK's exit from the European Union. The University will make decisions on fee levels for EU research postgraduate students when further guidance is available from the Scottish and UK governments, and will publicise information relating to financial support available and fee levels on the University website.
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