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Trust provides online mental health servicesSubscription
Berkshire Healthcare Trust has entered a business partnership with SliverCloud Health, a company providing online mental health services.
How to make the most of your estateSubscription
Space utilisation is the science of making the most of locations but it is not simply a matter of shifting healthcare activities around, says Ian Greggor
While women are increasingly seeking leadership positions in healthcare, many organisational barriers persist, say Fiona Pathiraja and Marie-Claire Wilson
Large-scale change in healthcare often fails, but the latest challenge in England of improving quality while reducing costs is possible with a four-pillar approach, write Penelope Dash and colleagues
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC), the new independent regulator for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy premises, launched on 27 September 2010. The establishment of the GPhC will lead to changes to the way in which the profession is regulated.
The last time an NHS funding settlement was so tough, wards were axed, quality fell and waits surged. HSJ gathered some of the leading players in healthcare finance to debate how the service will fare in the new economic landscape. Ingrid Torjesen reports
Californian GP commissioning Subscription
As details emerge from the health White Paper, Equity and Excellence: Liberating the NHS, about the coalition government’s plans to reform the NHS by handing general practitioners more commissioning power, one thing is certain: this reform is high risk and will need very careful implementation if it is to deliver where others in the UK and overseas have failed.
Computer game applications Subscription
An innovative, technology driven project at Alder Hey Children’s Foundation Trust is exploring the potential of computer games technology as a communication tool for children with palliative care needs.
The battle for NHS DirectSubscription
Party politics has resumed after the summer break, and former senior Labour ministers have headed straight for the NHS.
Alexander Young and Jonathan Bloor look at a guide to patient involvement