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Issue : 24 November 2011

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  • Two drug needles

    Imperial to take on national patient safety roleSubscription

    News2 December, 2011

    A leading London acute trust is to take on responsibility for collecting information on patient safety incidents at NHS trusts when the National Patient Safety Agency is wound up next year.

  • Health secretary Andrew Lansley

    Andrew Lansley: the NHS pension scheme - for a sustainable futureSubscription

    Opinion1 December, 2011

    Now is the time for NHS leaders to engage with staff to let them know exactly what the revised pension offer entails, and why the scheme is worth sticking with.

  • Ridgeway partnership has lowest financial risk ratingSubscription

    HSJ Local29 November, 2011

    FINANCE: The Ridgeway Partnership reported a year to date deficit before adjustment of £858,000 at the end of October, £1.1m worse than planned.

  • Poole and Royal Bournemouth agree next step towards mergerSubscription

    HSJ Local29 November, 2011

    STRUCTURE: The boards of Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals and Poole Hospital foundation trusts have agreed to pursue a merger in order to ensure the retention of “sustainable local services”.

  • Gavel close up

    Government will appeal risk register decisionSubscription

    News29 November, 2011

    The government is to appeal against a ruling that it should release confidential risk assessments of its controversial health reforms, it has been announced.

  • Labour shadow health secretary Andy Burnham

    Reforms will cost £3.4bn - BurnhamSubscription

    News29 November, 2011

    The coalition government’s reforms of the NHS will cost nearly £3.4bn, Labour’s shadow health secretary has claimed.

  • AWP criticised over patient homicidesSubscription

    HSJ Local25 November, 2011

    PERFORMANCE: Avon and Wiltshire Partnership Trust has been criticised for failing in the care of two patients from Swindon who went on to kill people within months of each other.

  • Bucks trust struggles on C diffSubscription

    HSJ Local25 November, 2011

    PERFORMANCE: Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust is well above its cumulative infection control target for 2011-12.

  • Buckinghamshire plans reconfiguration programmeSubscription

    HSJ Local25 November, 2011

    STRUCTURE: Commissioners and clinicians in Buckinghamshire are planning to redesign services to develop centres of excellence for specialist care, ensure acute hospitals are sustainable and move more services into the community.

  • Nurse seeing to patient in hospital bed

    Putting patients first: an HSJ primary care supplementSubscription

    Supplements25 November, 2011

    This week’s special HSJ supplement looks at how patients can benefit from being at the centre of primary care services.

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