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Issue : 21 February 2008

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    Health screening: from talk to actionSubscription

    Resource centre22 February, 2008

    The importance of preventive diagnosis and screening programmes are now being talked up by the prime minister himself. Joshua Rowe looks at how they are already saving money - and lives

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    Health screening: from talk to actionSubscription

    Resource centre22 February, 2008

    Preventive diagnosis and screening programmes can improve patient care and save the NHS money, writes Joshua Rowe

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    Monitor challenges DH on freedomsSubscription

    News22 February, 2008

    Battle lines are hardening between foundation trusts and the Department of Health over the trusts' future, following a series of leaked letters between the leaders of the NHS and regulator Monitor, reports Sally Gainsbury. The correspondence has exposed a gulf between their positions on New Labour's flagship hospitals.

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    Learning curvesSubscription

    Resource centre21 February, 2008

    HSJ's L&D supplement discusses different aspects of training the workforce for 2020.

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    HSJ supplement: Learning curvesSubscription

    Supplements21 February, 2008

    For subscribers only: This supplement discusses different aspects of training the workforce for 2020.Subscribe now to access the supplement!

  • Commissioning begins at homeSubscription

    Resource centre21 February, 2008

    The Teenage Cancer Trust has blazed a trail for charities by investing in commissioning. Sue McLellen and Simon Davies explain

  • Steve Onyett on Paxman's pantsSubscription

    Resource centre21 February, 2008

    While "pants" is a term of derision in the vernacular of youth, Jeremy Paxman's exchange last month with Marks & Spencer chief executive Sir Stuart Rose has done the men of our nation a service by highlighting the importance of being supported in all the right places.

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    Maggie Rae on Premier League performanceSubscription

    Resource centre21 February, 2008

    Do names matter? Since arriving back in the NHS and PCT land, I haven't had much chance to think about titles or the name of our organisation.

  • GPs must see sense on hours Subscription

    Resource centre21 February, 2008

    New proposals for extended working hours for GPs have provoked a storm of protest - but doctors should take a careful look at the benefits, argues Alastair Henderson

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    Who cares for the carers?Subscription

    Resource centre21 February, 2008

    People caring for a relative are a vital part of the health and social care system - but many feel isolated. A national strategy aims to help by making GPs and community services more carer friendly. Stuart Shepherd reports

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