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  • News

    Fair shares of the kitty?

    1998-06-25T00:00:00Z

    Are chief executives overpaid? Barbara Millar investigates the controversy surrounding managers' pay

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    Tough powers set to curb nurse agencies

    1998-06-11T00:00:00Z

    Tough new powers to curb nursing employment agencies which fail to carry out health and registration checks on agency nursing and auxiliary staff could become law within six months.

  • News

    in person

    1998-04-23T00:00:00Z

    Ian Cumming (above) has become chief executive of the recently created Morecambe Bay Hospitals trust. He was formerly chief executive of Lancaster Acute Hospitals trust and oversaw its merger with Furness Hospitals trust and Westmorland Hospitals trust to form the organisation he now leads.

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    in person

    1998-04-09T00:00:00Z

    Stephen Eames (above), chief executive of Havering Hospitals trust, has moved to a new job as project director for acute and specialist services in West Hertfordshire for a year. Mr Eames will take the role of chief executive of two trusts - St Albans and Hemel Hempstead and Mount Vernon and

  • News

    Power of London

    1998-04-02T00:00:00Z

    If Londoners vote 'yes' to a mayor, the capital's NHS may be finally united. Mark Crail reports

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    Green light for first wave of HAZs and merged trusts

    1998-04-02T00:00:00Z

    The government's health service reforms took shape this week with formal approval for the first wave of health action zones and a new raft of hospital mergers.

  • News

    IT IS LEADERSHIP, NOT STRUCTURE, THAT MATTERS IN MENTAL HEALTH

    1998-03-05T00:00:00Z

    Between them, Richard Higgins (Letters, 5 February) and Matt Muijen (Community Spirit, 22 January) pose the key questions for health service practitioners and managers. I hope some of the answers will be illuminated by direct experience of those caring for people with a mental illness.

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    Barbara Kennedy

    1998-03-05T00:00:00Z

    Barbara Kennedy (above), previously chief executive of Leicestershire Mental Health Service trust, has been appointed chief executive of North West Anglia Healthcare trust, where she first worked as a director in 1990.

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    IT'S HARD TO FIND, BUT INFORMATION FOR DEAF PEOPLE ABOUT HEALTHCARE SERVICES IS AVAILABLE

    1998-01-15T00:00:00Z

    Nick Mears says that deaf people do not get equal opportunities in healthcare, especially information translated in sign language, which is almost nil (Letters, 6 November).

  • News

    A touch of class

    1998-01-08T00:00:00Z

    A London network of private GP outlets is to be extended to other parts of the country. It is attractive to patients and doctors. But is it elitist? Barbara Millar reports