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Human relations in obstetrics
Central Health Services Council. Standing Maternity and Midwifery Advisory Committee.
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Norman Morris was born in in Luton. His father Frederick was a Nalgo shop steward. His mother Evelyn was a teacher and was a great influence in his life. He was headboy of Dunstable Grammar school and was selected by Lord Moran to become a medical student at St Mary's Hospital Medical School.