Charlotte Santry is chief reporter for HSJ and Nursing Times. For HSJ Charlotte covers regulation including CQC and Monitor, workforce, leadership including clinical leadership and productivity and efficiency. For Nursing Times, her areas are renal, nurse education, occupational health, women's health and adult news.
Leaders will have to work harder to “justify their salaries” in the event of a care scandal, under pay plans awaiting final sign-off, HSJ has been told.
The Department of Health is considering expanding access to the intensive leadership coaching only currently available to those on the elite “Top Leaders” scheme, HSJ has learnt.
The number of GP practices paid to offer longer opening hours dropped sharply last year, an HSJ investigation has revealed. The fall was particularly steep in poorer areas.
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- Pay freeze fails to prevent trust overspend on wages
- Regional salary gaps evident as George Osborne confirms local pay
- Fewer staff would recommend NHS job
- New NHS bodies face recruitment challenge, government told
- Trusts pursue pay curbs for staff sickness
- Voluntary redundancies dominate PCT pay-offs
The government says many public sector workers will be better off under the changes to the pension scheme. How does this apply to the average NHS employee?
The web is awash with commentary on Daniel Hannan’s incendiary comments on the NHS, thanks to the Twitter army.
Today I interviewed master of spin Alastair Campbell, who was speaking at the NHS Confederation conference in Liverpool.
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