HSJ webcastsHSJ is seeking NHS directors from SHAs, PCTs, foundation and mental health trusts who would be prepared to sit on the expert panels of future webcasts. If you would like to become a panel member and debate some of the biggest issues facing the NHS today, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7728 3733.
Latest HSJ webcasts
HSJ’s free webinar, in conjunction with the Chartered Quality Institute, is available on demand now.
With the advent of commissioning consortia and competition in the NHS, how will standards be improved and costs be driven down? Watch HSJ’s free online seminar now to find out
Watch HSJ’s free online seminar to discover how commissioning to standard pathways can reduce costs and deliver better outcomes.
Watch this free online webinar to find out how to monitor cost and quality of contracts - in association with Pitney Bowes Business Insight
Learn how to create public health maps for your region
You’ll learn how to achieve more informed healthcare at this HSJ webcast
This online seminar will examine where NHS power will lie in 2011 and who the decision makers will be. Register now to secure your place.
Watch HSJ’s free online webcast to get to grips with the government’s plans for the NHS. Available on demand
The government has promised free health checks to everyone over 40 but how can PCTs ensure they are providing them effectively, and what role can pharmacies play in carrying out health MoTs?
Allied health professionals are a key part of the NHS workforce - but are you using yours to best effect? Register for HSJ’s free online masterclass to find out more.
Patient-level costing offers a way to reduce unnecessary variation in the cost of care. Watch HSJ’s free online masterclass to learn more.
Improving service delivery, clinical outcomes and patient experience through efficient, fit-for-purpose, high quality systems
A practical online seminar demonstrating the simplicity of using world class medical evidence to validate the appropriate level of care for individual patients
Is your organisation struggling to reduce costs while maintaining or even improving the quality of services? The current economic climate means the focus is now on spending smarter, investing for the future and delivering results.
Have you planned for early discharge during the winter influenza season? Does your winter preparedness plan include provision for MRSA patients?
Are you getting the flow of patients out of hospital right? Do you have the right level of care in the community? Find out how to do it at HSJ’s free online masterclass.
Are you meeting the NHS contract requirement to get discharge letters to GPs within 72 hours? Will you be ready for the 24 hour requirement starting in April 2010? Find out how to do it at this free online seminar. Register now and watch the debate on demand on your PC
Following our highly successful Quality Information Assurance online seminar, in partnership with Oracle, in February, we are delighted to bring you the next step in supporting you on your quality journey: Quality Improvement - delivering and demonstrating quality in the NHS.
Lord Darzi’s review and world class commissioning promise to bring positive changes to patient experience and drive up the quality of services. However, the sharing of information these agendas promote demands that quality information assurance is now a top priority in your trust.
HSJ gathered some of the biggest names in primary care to discuss the Department of Health’s ambitious world class commissioning programme as part of a live, online debate. Andy Cowper listened in
HSJ gathered a group of experts to discuss - live and online - the implications of the Corporate Manslaughter Act. Louise Hunt was there
Strategies are not enough – diversity must be embraced by managers
Why the NHS must do more to close the gender gap
How to manage and motivate people
Redesign turned it around
One trust’s spinal surgey unit has benefited from new training
Techology and carers
Why the UK needs to radically expand the availability of PET CT scanning
The economic and clinical case for using ‘compact’ MRI scanners