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Issue : 5 August 2010

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  • Runnymede, the race equality think tank, is currently researching the contribution of South Asian communities to the NHS and is seeking former NHS workers to take part.

    NHS workers of South Asian heritage sought for book

    News9 August, 2010

    Runnymede, the race equality think tank, is currently researching the contribution of South Asian communities to the NHS and is seeking former NHS workers to take part.

  • Southampton University Hospitals Trust has appointed its first director to run and promote the region's NHS stroke services.

    Trust appoints stroke directorSubscription

    News6 August, 2010

    Southampton University Hospitals Trust has appointed its first director to run and promote the region’s NHS stroke services.

  • Nicola Sturgeon

    Nicola Sturgeon in talks with unions over job cutsSubscription

    News6 August, 2010

    Health secretary Nicola Sturgeon has held talks with union leaders and medical chiefs about looming job cuts in the NHS.

  • Waiting lists have been slashed, income increased and did not attend rates reduced thanks to improvements at Guy's and St Thomas' Foundation Trust, writes Ann McGauran

    Break the back of NHS waiting listsSubscription

    Resource centre5 August, 2010

    Waiting lists have been slashed, income increased and did not attend rates reduced thanks to improvements at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust, writes Ann McGauran

  • Frontline staff would not be affected by the cuts, which the trust said it hoped to achieve through natural wastage and retirement. Jobs to be cut will be in human resources, IT, facilities and general backroom roles, said a spokesman.

    Royal Berkshire Hospital Trusts to cut 600 jobs Subscription

    News5 August, 2010

    The Royal Berkshire Hospital Trust will axe up to 600 jobs under moves to make £60m savings in the next few years, it was announced today.

  • Noel Plumridge

    A nervous kind of NHS reorganisationSubscription

    Opinion5 August, 2010

    It’s only a reorganisation, right? Anyone who’s worked in the NHS for a few years has been through reorganisations before.

  • Is this the end of the road for PCTs?

    Is this the end of the road for PCTs?Subscription

    Opinion5 August, 2010

    The winding down of PCTs must be handled with kid gloves if disruption to services - and loss of talent - is to be avoided

  • Cally Bann

    Cally Bann: the white paperSubscription

    Opinion5 August, 2010

    So the end of term madness has fully descended, with fuel added to the annual pre-vacation fire by the wind of change blowing from the bottom of the white paper.

  • Personal health budget pilots raise concerns

    Integration of NHS Direct and NHS Choices raised by web review Subscription

    News5 August, 2010

    The DH’s digital communications review describes the future of NHS Direct and NHS Choices as “unfinished business” - but stops short of recommending the two services should be merged.

  • NHS brand undermined by online confusion

    NHS brand undermined by online confusionSubscription

    News5 August, 2010

    The NHS spends close to £100m a year on thousands of websites that are often hard to find, badly designed and not wanted by the public, according to government reports leaked to HSJ.

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