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  • University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust
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    Royal college drops threat of legal action against trust


    Royal College of Midwives has agreed not to take any action against University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay RCM had criticised the trust for revealing details of unusual exit deal for senior midwife Statement says revealing the deal was a “unique situation” and union and employer responsibilities “do ...

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    Government negotiating on employment contracts for one million NHS staff


    Jeremy Hunt says “constructive” negotiations under way with NHS unions on further contract reform The junior doctor dispute with the BMA was “wholly avoidable”, says health secretary Mr Hunt claims proposed changes will improve flexible working, quality and morale The government is having “constructive” negotiations ...

  • Warrington Hospital

    Hospital director denies 'impropriety' over 'irregular' payoff deal


    The trust director who agreed an unusual and “very irregular” exit deal for a senior midwife at the centre of a care scandal has denied any “impropriety”.

  • Jackie Daniel

    Royal college issues new 'threatening statement' to hospital trust


    Royal College of Midwives says it is considering taking action after exit deal revealed RCM accused of making “threatening statement” against the trust Former Morecambe Bay chair Sir David Henshaw says he had no knowledge of deal The Royal College of Midwives has today suggested ...

  • Healthcare assistant

    Survey: HCAs being used as 'nurses on the cheap'


    Almost 40 per cent of healthcare assistants say they have not received the training necessary to provide the care they are expected to deliver, according to a survey published today.

  • Jon_Restell

    Exactly what we need in a workforce strategy


    There is a pressing need for a comprehensive workforce strategy for the NHS

  • Doctor strike Jan 2016

    Junior doctors seek 'rolling industrial action'


    Hospitals could be hit by a “rolling programme of industrial action” by junior doctors from as early as next month, according to an email sent to British Medical Association members tonight.

  • Workforce

    Working hours protections for NHS staff in doubt after Brexit


    Working hours protections for more than 1 million NHS staff could be in jeopardy in the wake of Britain’s decision to leave the EU, HSJ has been told.

  • Mick Martin

    Deputy ombudsman's resignation payout revealed


    The former deputy Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman Mick Martin, who resigned in the wake of his involvement in a sexual harassment cover-up being exposed, received a payment of at least £67,500 after stepping down, HSJ can reveal.

  • Doctor strike Jan 2016

    NHS Improvement: Trusts lost £65m of activity during strikes


    Provider sector lost £65m of activity during strike days Emergency department performance improved on full walkout days NHS Improvement says it cannot be certain there were no clinical incidents for several weeks Strike action by junior doctors cost the NHS provider sector £65m in lost ...

  • Mark Porter

    Exclusive: BMA was told contract dispute spending 'not sustainable'


    British Medical Association council told in March the junior doctors dispute had cost the union £2.9m Union treasurer Andrew Dearden said the costs had not been budgeted but were manageable Document shows he also warned spending was “not sustainable” in the long term Senior leaders ...

  • johann malawana

    BMA rejected plea from junior doctors’ leader to exclude children’s care from strike


    Internal emails show BMA leader wanted paediatrics to be excluded from full walkout Withdrawing emergency care for children would be “difficult line to defend” Full emergency strikes planned for 26 and 27 April with no exclusions EXCLUSIVE: Internal emails from the British Medical Association show ...

  • Mick Martin

    Deputy ombudsman resigns in wake of cover-up


    The deputy parliamentary and health service ombudsman Mick Martin has resigned from his role at the NHS complaints watchdog after his involvement in covering up the sexual harassment of an NHS director was revealed by HSJ .

  • hands

    PHSO staff vote 'no confidence' in leadership


    PCS union take vote of “no confidence” in Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman leadership Members demand meeting with PHSO board to discuss concerns Whistleblowers have revealed concerns over “toxic environment” at the ombudsman service Union staff at the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman have voted ...

  • Purse

    All NHS staff to get 1 per cent pay rise


    Department of Health accepts overall 1 per cent pay rise for all NHS staff NHS Pay Review Body raises concerns over use of agency caps for NHS staff Review body on Doctors’ and Dentists’ Remuneration says it may target pay in future All NHS staff ...

  • Pay

    NHS Employers admits junior doctor pay calculator may be inaccurate


    NHS Employers says “variations” will occur between pay calculator predictions and actual salary Rotas including consecutive weekends were an error and have been changed Concerns raised that the rotas will lead to “jetlagged” junior doctors NHS Employers has accepted its pay calculator for junior doctors ...

  • Doctors strike

    BMA plans three strikes and legal action over contract imposition


    The British Medical Association has announced three 48 hour strikes and plans to launch a judicial review against the government’s plan to impose a new junior doctors’ contract .

  • Claire Murdoch

    Updated noon: 14 chiefs now deny support for contract imposition


    14 chief executives out of 20 who were listed on Sir David Dalton’s letter say they did and do not support imposition of new contract Contrasts with Jeremy Hunt’s apparent suggestion to Parliament that he had their backing Sir David tells HSJ the chief executives listed had ...

  • Doctor strike Jan 2016

    Last ditch talks try to stop junior doctors' strike


    NHS Employers confirms talks have taken place with the British Medical Association to try to avert strike Junior doctors are due to walk out for 24 hours from 8am tomorrow but emergency care will be provided NHS England estimates almost 3,000 inpatient and daycase procedures will be ...

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    Exclusive: Government offers major concessions in bid to break junior doctors dispute


    Leaked letter from Sir David Dalton reveals significant change in stance from NHS Employers and government New offer includes limits on Saturday working and enhanced Saturday pay for some doctors Negotiations were scheduled to continue today between NHS Employers and BMA The government has offered ...