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Issue : 25 October 2007

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  • Andrew Castle

    Andrew Castle on improving procurement processesSubscription

    Resource centre26 October, 2007

    Collecting and interpreting data is an essential part of supply chain management

  • *generic road sign division separation

    Separating services: a guide for PCTsSubscription

    Resource centre26 October, 2007

    PCTs need to separate provider and commissioner services to demonstrate transparency, accountability and modernised regulation. Christian Dingwall explains how to achieve this

  • The Men and Pharmacy project Subscription

    News26 October, 2007

    Postmen are to be the first to benefit from a project launched by the Men’s Health Forum to encourage men to visit their local pharmacy.

  • National Association of Primary Care Subscription

    News26 October, 2007

    The new head of the National Association of Primary Care has called for GPs to be more accountable for their decisions.Mike Ramsden said 'GPs should be accountable for the cost effectiveness of the decisions they ...

  • diabetesSubscription

    News26 October, 2007

    There is 'room for improvement' in the uptake of key diabetes control tests according to a report from The Information Centre for health and social care.

  • NHS London's got talentSubscription

    News26 October, 2007

    The capital's health authority is setting up a talent spotting programme to groom would-be chief executives.

  • Your Humble Servant

    Your Humble Servant: Maidstone and Tunbridge WellsSubscription

    Opinion25 October, 2007

    Whoever said the British had no stomach for public executions? Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells trust has demonstrated just how popular they can be.

  • *generic apple and measuring tape obesity public health

    Health profile: experts say child obesity targets may miss the pointSubscription

    News25 October, 2007

    New targets to spur on efforts to tackle the nation's worst public health problems may not work, experts have warned.

  • Cover, 25 October

    In this week's HSJSubscription

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  • How can we stop chief executives' rush to quit with a golden handshake?Subscription

    News25 October, 2007

    While experienced chief executives can be paid off even after gross misconduct, first-timers are often persuaded to take reputation-damaging jobs at failing trusts. Neither is acceptable - the health service needs to take more care of its talent, says Nigel Edwards

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