Issue : 4 June 2009
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The Griffiths report: 25 years onSubscription
Twenty-five years ago Roy Griffiths famously said: ‘If Florence Nightingale were carrying her lamp through the NHS today she would be searching for the people in charge.’ When he set out his subsequent plan to overhaul management, staff feared it would be the end of the health service - Peter Davies looks at what happened next
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David Nicholson warns NHS: 'all bets are off'Subscription
David Nicholson has told HSJ “all bets are off”, as the health service prepares itself now for impending spending cuts.
NHS Birmingham East and North
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Michael White on the big split over ISTCsSubscription
Andrew Lansley has been out and about attacking Alan Johnson’s record as a failed health secretary (“the postman who hasn’t delivered”) on the grounds he has not closed the health gap between rich and poor - and also let the NHS’s Blairite choice agenda atrophy.