Set up by the Labour government in 2001, the National Treatment Agency will be abolished in 2012. So what does this mean for the drug field? Baroness Doreen Massey,
Chair of the NTA, maps out the road ahead.
In the run up to the summer recess, the parliamentary announcements came thick and fast. The significance of change should not be underestimated, from the radical transformation of commissioning within the NHS to the ‘rehabilitation revolution’ proposed in criminal justice.