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How one trust set up an 'innovation panel'Subscription
Fostering better ways of working by tapping the ideas of staff
Chief Scientific Officer Awards: Patient and public participation winner
Chief Scientific Officer Awards: STEM engagement winner
Chief Scientific Officer Awards: Healthcare scientist Rising Stars
Chief Scientific Officer Awards: Healthcare Scientist of the Year 2016
HSJ research has revealed that more than a quarter of acute trusts reported a financial position which was more than £5m worse than planned for the first nine months of 2015-16.
Public support has strengthened in favour of junior doctors, with an increase in those strongly supporting yesterday’s strike compared to the one in January.
New research into staffing levels within NHS hospitals has suggested a link between a higher proportion of healthcare assistants versus registered nurses employed by trusts and a rise in patient mortality.
Implementation of new treatments and technologies is more important than simply discovering them – a course teaches just that. By Rachel Davis
The contribution of healthcare scientists is to be recognised in the annual Chief Scientific Officer Awards. This year the awards are being supported by HSJ in recognition of the vital role healthcare scientists play in meeting the NHS’s quality, safety and efficiency priorities.