Alastair McLellan is editor of Nursing Times.
In the general election
Health secretary avoided talking about funding in HSJ interview
Liberal Democrat MPs are more closely aligned with Labour than with Conservatives on health policy, new research into MPs’ opinions reveals.
On 25 April 2002 HSJ gave its verdict on Gordon Brown’s decision to lavish unprecedented riches on the NHS.
Today the government’s spending review will be announced and the implications for the NHS will start to become clear.
A third of senior health service managers think they will no longer work for the NHS in two years.
Nigel Crisp believes that when Labour inherited the NHS in 1997 it was ‘falling apart’. After four years away from the service the former chief executive reflects on the successes of the last 13 years - and the missed opportunities. By Alastair McLellan
Senior NHS managers are laying themselves open to accusations of lack of commitment by “job hopping”, according to Royal College of Nursing chief executive Peter Carter.
Published: 29/09/2005, Volume II5, No. 5975 Page 6
INTERVIEW GILL MORGAN
- Crisp offers vision of PCTs banded together for contract efficiency
- PCTs will not have to 'direct' patients to ITCs
- Lansley sets out NHS vision
- Targets slashed in DoH's 3-year plans
- . . . as Kennedy warns failures
- Worth the wait
- DoH targets staff through patient choice publicity drive
- Milburn secured three stars for PM's trust
- On reflection
- DEFRA civil servant set for key CHAI role