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  • City Hall London

    London health devolution pilots on the horizonSubscription

    HSJ Local29 September, 2015

    NHS England says London needs a different approach to health devolution to Greater Manchester

  • Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Trust

    Midlands trust launches independent bullying inquirySubscription

    News26 February, 2015

    A Midlands trust is launching an independent investigation following claims nurses quit the organisation due to bullying.

  • Nurse and patient

    Plans for nurse staffing data unclearSubscription

    News13 June, 2014

    NHS England has still not worked out how to present trusts’ nurse staffing data on NHS Choices, less than two weeks before it is due to publish the information for the first time.

  • USA american flag

    NHS could be 'stuffed' by mass exodus of nurses to USSubscription

    News19 May, 2014

    The NHS risks losing thousands of nurses to the US if it fails to value and support existing nursing staff, the chief executive of Health Education England has warned.

  • Julie_Moore.jpg

    Moore: Nursing directors should 'over-recruit' by 10pcSubscription

    News4 March, 2014

    Hospital managers should “over-recruit” nursing staff by 10 per cent in order to ensure the best quality care for patients, according to a former nurse who now leads one of the UK’s leading acute trusts.

  • Money, cash and notes

    Bolton FT's financial governance is slammedSubscription

    News17 June, 2013

    Bolton Foundation Trust’s financial governance is “inadequate” in all areas, according to a devastating independent assessment seen by HSJ.

  • Leeds General Infirmary

    NHS England to rethink children's heart surgery plansSubscription

    News12 June, 2013

    NHS England is under pressure to swiftly develop new plans for children’s heart surgery after a controversial reconfiguration was today suspended by the health secretary following an independent review.

  • Older patient in hospital

    NHS 'could save £462m' on over-65sSubscription

    News9 August, 2012

    The NHS could save nearly half a billion pounds annually by reducing emergency admissions and hospital stays among older patients, according to a King’s Fund report shared with HSJ.

  • David Sissling

    England 'could learn integration lessons from Wales'Subscription

    News1 August, 2012

    The NHS in England could learn lessons from Wales when it comes to getting different parts of the health service to work together, the chief executive of NHS Wales has said.

  • care quality commission

    CQC warns reform could hamper safeguarding Subscription

    News27 July, 2012

    Advances in safeguarding patients that came out of the Shipman inquiry must not be lost amid NHS reforms, says a report on the management of controlled drugs.

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