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NHS overhaul: Would you be a hospital inspector?

The way hospital inspections are carried out in England is to be radically overhauled, the new chief inspector says.

Prof Sir Mike Richards says the changes will mean longer, more thorough checks carried out by bigger teams which include both healthcare professionals and members of the public.

BBC News asked people whether they would be prepared to volunteer to help perform inspections.

  • 18 Jul 2013
  • From the section Health
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