Department of Health (United Kingdom): Quiz

Question 1: The ________ at the Department of Health is Hugh Taylor.
Foreign and Commonwealth OfficeCabinet OfficeHM TreasuryPermanent Secretary

Question 2: The Department of Health (DH) is a department of the United Kingdom government but with responsibility for government policy for ________ alone on health, social care and the National Health Service (NHS).
British peopleWalesEnglandScotland

Question 3: The official headquarters and Ministerial offices are in Richmond House, Whitehall, ________.

Question 4: There are also many staff based in Quarry House in ________, in Wellington House near Waterloo station in London and in New King's Beam House near Blackfriars Bridge.
SheffieldLeedsYorkKingston upon Hull

Question 5: The DH has attracted criticism for its disastrous handling of the outcome of ________, in particular in the changes it made to the specialist training of doctors and MTAS.
Modernising Medical CareersMedical Training Application ServiceFoundation House OfficerSpecialty Registrar (StR)

Question 6: It is led by the Secretary of State for Health with two ________ and three Parliamentary Under-Secretaries of State.
FranceMinister of StateSaxe-AltenburgPrime minister

Question 7: MTAS was eventually scrapped[19] and ________, the then Secretary of State for Health, resigned following accusations that she had lied to the House of Commons over the system[20].
Alan JohnsonJohn Reid (politician)Andrew BurnhamPatricia Hewitt

Question 8: Its advice to primary care on prescribing drugs such as ________ has been criticised as wasteful[15].
H1 antagonistProton-pump inhibitorNon-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugH2 antagonist

Question 9: ________The Rt Hon. Andy Burnham, MP
Secretary of State for HealthChancellor of the ExchequerHome SecretaryLeader of the House of Commons

Question 10: the ________ Health and Wellbeing Directorate
Scottish independenceScotlandScottish GovernmentScottish Parliament

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