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Health Service Journal is the only title that provides news, data, resources and opinion for NHS management and healthcare leaders.

Our dedicated leadership section features an in-depth mix of exclusive best practice articles, expert commentary from leading figures in UK healthcare and contributions from readers to help you lead organisational change in your team.

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Resource Centre round up: Improving urgent care

We have compiled a selection of our best commissioning, innovation and leadership articles over the past year, looking at the pressures facing emergency care and how organisations are dealing with it.

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Rising Stars: Six ways to optimise NHS leadership potential

Finding the next generation of leaders

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Change challenge: Finding new ways of driving change

Enabling bottom-up change is key

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How to take part in Challenge Top-down Change

Support change ideas that come from all levels

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Rising Stars: Seven lessons from an executive coach to sustain leadership energy

How do emerging leaders maintain their early promise?

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New liaison agreement gives CQC more power over health and safety incidents

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New regulation proposal could make the CQC responsible for taking action against health and safety incidents involving patients, explains Joanna Dirmikis

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