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The NHS has been given a major boost with a higher than expected funding increase of 4 per cent a year over the next three years.

Private companies are lining up to provide the extended access to family doctors called for by Lord Darzi in the interim report of his review into the future of the NHS.

An independent inquiry into the junior doctors' recruitment 'crisis' has called for a national committee to scrutinise strategic health authorities' workforce planning.

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Middle managers feel stressed. Constant firefighting and balancing conflicting demands of senior management and junior staff are just two of the reasons - but most still enjoy their jobs. Nigel Edwards and Claire Mallett analyse an HSJ and NHS Confederation survey.

Simon Stevens explains why he believes the comprehensive spending review is largely a wasted effort.


Lynne Greenwood reports on how sports stadiums are proving mutually attractive as shared sites for NHS health centres.

An unusual change project drafted in anthropologists to explore patients' experiences. Stuart Shepherd takes a look.

The latest edition of the NHS's guidance on healthy workplace practices is a greatly expanded resource, reports Stuart Shepherd.

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