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Rebecca Creamer

Rebecca Creamer
Rebecca manages the delivery of a range of bespoke projects including roundtables, supplements and key events. She oversees HSJ’s best practice articles, which are dedicated to explaining and sharing leadership ideas, knowledge and workplace solutions.

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    England's most influential clinical leaders revealedSubscription

    11 June, 2013

    NHS medical director for England Sir Bruce Keogh has been named as the most influential clinician in England in this year’s HSJ Clinical Leaders list.In creating the list, which launched this year, HSJ looked for clinicians influencing policy, innovation and service transformation.

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    Who are the most inspirational women in health?Subscription

    29 April, 2013

    Tell us who you think is driving change in the NHS

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    The best of HSJ: leadershipSubscription

    1 April, 2013Comments (2)

    A round-up of essential resources from our Leadership channel

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    The best of HSJ: technologySubscription

    28 March, 2013

    We highlight a selection of the best technology articles

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    Trusts sign up to patient safety campaignSubscription

    20 June, 2008Updated: 17 March, 2009

    One hundred trusts have pledged their support to a patient safety campaign launched at the NHS Confederation conference that aims to achieve 'no avoidable death, no avoidable harm'.

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    Beating bullying at workSubscription

    25 September, 2007Updated: 17 March, 2009Comments (1)

    Bullying in the workplace is alive and well. And, according to a recent survey, a lack of management skills is one of the reasons it has been allowed to continue. Rebecca Allmark sifts through the results

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    Green shoots of recoverySubscription

    28 August, 2007Updated: 17 March, 2009

    In the last of our series on organisational turnaround, we peer through the breaks in the clouds around two once-troubled trusts