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Kieran Walshe

Kieran Walshe is professor of health policy and management at Manchester Business School.

  • 'It's time for managers to stand up and be counted'

    2-Sep-2011

    In the battle against Whitehall maybe the NHS needs its own Arab Spring – led by managers, suggests Kieran Walshie.
  • Can healthcare spending thaw icy economies?

    21 January 2010

    Health spending represents great value both as a short term economic stimulus and for its long term economic benefits.
  • Kieran Walshe on evidence based decision making in the NHS

    23 April 2009

    NHS managers need to read and engage with the latest data and evidence on health service organisation - and researchers must present this in forms busy managers can use
  • NHS constitution - signed and delivered

    24-Jul-2008

    The proposal tucked away in the Darzi report for an NHS constitution could be one of the most historic elements of the next stage review, limiting the health secretary's power and guaranteeing patient rights
  • Stuck in the middle and friendless - the lot of an SHA?

    2-Jun-2005

    NHS STRUCTURE
  • And one for all

    28-Oct-2004

    JOINED-UP WORKING IDEAS
  • Private prejudices

    2-Sep-2004

    Published: 02/09/2004, Volume II4, No. 5921 Page 18
  • Smash and grab

    8-Jul-2004

    FOR-PROFIT IDEAS
  • Commission control

    1-Apr-2004

    Published: 01/04/2004, Volume II4, No. 5899 Page 18 19
  • Suspended sentence

    11-Mar-2004

    FINANCE IDEAS
  • Lead in their pencils

    30-Oct-2003

    Published: 30/10/2003, Volume II3, No. 5879 Page 18 19
  • Power with responsibility

    7-Jun-2002

    open space: CHAI will be a regulator with a very wide brief and more power than the bodies it replaces. How can it remain accountable to Parliament and the NHS, asks Kieran Walshe
  • Fair to middling

    8-Nov-2001

    BOOKS
  • From bad to worse

    27-Sep-2001

    BOOKS - Kieran Walshe Senior research fellow, health services management centre, Birmingham University
  • Drowning, not waving

    16-Aug-2001

    Health academics Kieran Walshe and Judith Smith are not convinced by the government's call for yet another deluge of NHS reform.They wonder what, if anything, it will achieve Ministers and civil servants in the Department of Health probably look back nostalgically to Labour's first term in government in 1997 and 1998, when their policy proposals met with universal acclaim and hardly a criticism was heard. They must remember fondly the way the white paper The New NHS: modern, dependable ...
  • For our eyes only

    22-Feb-2001

    The NHS Litigation Authority has valuable information on individual doctors which it should release to employing organisations, says Kieran Walshe
  • Setting the PACE for change

    22-Jul-1999

    Experience, evidence and everyday practice Creating systems for delivering effective health care By Michael Dunning, Gerrard Abi-Aad and David Gilbert King's Fund 124 pages £12.95

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