§ Mr. Wilson
asked the Secretary of State for Social Services if he will publish figures to show the revenue expenditure for 1983–84 and 1984–85 and the allocation for 1985–86, on teaching for each of the English regions and for the Board of Governors hospitals, showing the service increment for teaching with supplements expressed in cash terms and in cost per student.
§ Mr. Hayhoe
Most direct medical teaching costs, including the costs of pre-clinical years, are met by medical and dental schools themselves, financed by the University Grants committee. The additional service costs associated with teaching are however recognised in protected sums within regional health authority allocations: the service increment for teaching. The information requested on the sums allocated through SIFT is given in table 1.
Different funding arrangements apply to the special health authorities for the London postgraduate hospitals (formerly boards of governors hospitals) which do not receive SIFT. Instead, their general allocations take account of their special teaching role. Details of their revenue allocations for the years concerned are in table 2. 195W
TABLE 2 London Postgraduate Special Health Authorities—Revenue Allocations 1983–84—1985–86 £'000 SHAs 1983/84 1984/85 1985/86 Sick Children 25,799 26,687 28,248 Nervous Diseases 15,002 15,522 16,422 Moorfields 11,071 11,447 12,078 Bethlem 15,518 15,962 16,935 Heart and Chest 23,894 25,056 26,541 Marsden 17,190 17,796 18,784 Hammersmith and Queen Charlottes 38,829 40,432 42,593 Eastman 4,120 4,385 4,725 Total 151,423 157,287 166,326