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  • HSJ Knowledge

    PCTs pledge to tackle race inequality


    More than 20 primary care trusts have pledged to tackle inequality in healthcare

  • News

    New chief executive for Westminster PCT


    Michael Scott, head of the Audit Commission's trust practice, has been appointed chief executive of Westminster primary care trust.

  • News

    Surplus forecast by HSJ still on course


    The NHS is still on track to make a 1.8bn surplus at the end of this financial year, as first revealed by HSJ .

  • News

    minimum gp core hours


    The Department of Health has no plans to set a minimum number of consulting hours GP practices should provide during their contracted core hours. As the government plans to set a minimum threshold for hours practices must be available for appointments outside the hours of 8am to 6.30pm Monday ...

  • Comment

    Calls for clarity on GP contracts


    I read with some interest your article about the government's proposals to consult on extending GP opening hours, particularly as there are no minimum opening hours - or more crucially - consultation hours in general medical services or most personal medical services contracts, writes Jonathan Weaver

  • HSJ Knowledge

    Trading places


    After an exceptional week spent in each other's roles, the chief executives of a primary care trust and its main acute provider agree the idea works. Daloni Carlisle reports

  • News

    Dementia services begin long journey out of the dark ages


    With an ageing population and fragmented care, dementia services face pressure to get their house in order. Daloni Carlisle reports on the difficulties they must overcome

  • News

    Imperial leads merger on hunt for joined-up research


    The first academic health science centre in the country is aiming for the 'holy grail' of intimately connecting research with frontline healthcare, as Victoria Vaughan explains

  • News

    PCTs fight UCLH over data validity


    Three primary care trusts are disputing the validity of a massive increase in activity at a flagship London hospital.

  • News

    London PCTs fear provider role is being overlooked


    Directors of London primary care trusts lack confidence in the future development of and investment in community health services, according to a survey.

  • News

    PCT chief questions value of competency assessments


    A primary care trust chief executive has given a 'warts and all' account of the fitness for purpose programme now about to launch into its third wave, demanding to know whether it is value for money.

  • News

    Web wonder



  • News

    'You give your all to do something'


    LONDON BOMBING: THE RESPONSE NHS managers' accounts from the front line

  • News

    Psyched up



  • News

    Foreign legion


    Published: 02/10/2003, Volume II3, No. 5875 Page 37 38

  • News

    Beggars belief


    pct funding