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Issue : 10 September 2009

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  • Innovation EXPO: shining a light on health's big ideas

    Innovation EXPO: shining a light on health's big ideasSubscription

    Supplements11 September, 2009

    Innovation is, and must be seen to be, essential to the future of the NHS. The first Innovation EXPO, held in London this summer, was not only one of the biggest showcases of healthcare ideas ever seen in this country, it encapsulated the sense that we are embarking on something very significant.

  • Andrew Lansley

    Lansley: NHS growth will be much lower than under ThatcherSubscription

    News10 September, 2009

    NHS spending growth under the Tories would be significantly less than that seen under Margaret Thatcher, Andrew Lansley has said.

  • Steve Preston

    Steve Preston on NHS work survival skillsSubscription

    Resource centre10 September, 2009

    With organisations going through constant change, restructuring, downsizing, takeovers and mergers, it pays to understand the survival game.

  • Computer training

    Using training to help people with mental health issuesSubscription

    Resource centre10 September, 2009

    Tips on using the online marketplace eBay are just some of the IT lessons on offer at mental health project Lifescopes

  • Jon Restell

    Jon Restell on NHS managers fighting back Subscription

    Opinion10 September, 2009

    The politics for managers in all four UK health services are tough, and the fiscal squeeze and a forthcoming general election make them tougher.

  • Mike Farrar

    Mike Farrar on QIPP - quality, innovation, productivity and preventionSubscription

    Opinion10 September, 2009

    QIPP needs to become woven into the NHS’s DNA, and efficiencies come from the avoidable use of NHS resources, effective partnerships and best practice

  • Cally Bann

    Cally Bann: psychopathic managersSubscription

    Opinion10 September, 2009

    September: everyone’s favourite board. Papers the weight of a Nigella compendium but without the taste, tease or titillation. Unless you get your rocks off on the compliance return, the assurance framework, the risk register or the update on the implementation of the HR strategy 2007-11.

  • Trade union boss gets suited and booted

    Trade union boss gets suited and booted Subscription

    Community10 September, 2009

    It appears that the head of the Royal College of Nursing has finally dispensed with the union tag that went with the job, and has adopted a more managerial soubriquet.

  • Mike Farrar: dancerSubscription

    Community10 September, 2009

    When End Game jokily suggested that NHS North West chief executive Mike Farrar might partner up with TV’s Arlene Phillips in his new role as NHS health champion, little did we know that he was already an accomplished dancer.

  • Goldie takes on social careSubscription

    Community10 September, 2009

    A campaign to promote social work careers has been wheeling out the great and good from celeb-land.

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