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The government wants to attract thousands more staff into the NHS through apprenticeships. But uncertainty over funding, teaching staff and local autonomy could undermine the plans before they get off the ground.

05 January 2024 | By Jessica Bradley
Feature
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Despite recent advances, many disabled NHS managers still face multiple disadvantages at work. Understanding and commitment from line managers and local leaders is the key to further progress, writes Jessica Bradley

13 October 2023 | By Jessica Bradley
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Latest figures show black and minority ethnic staff in the NHS are still denied the same opportunities for promotion and career development as white colleagues. We investigate why a public service that’s more diverse than ever before is still failing to root out race discrimination.

25 July 2023 | By Craig Ryan
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Do you feel you’re a fraud or that it’s just luck that you’ve got where you are? You’re not alone. Here are ten tips from life coach Jane Galloway on how to beat the Imposter Syndrome.

17 February 2023 | By Jane Galloway
Tipster
Sam Allen Sunderland Nov 2022

Former receptionist Sam Allen has risen the hard way to some of the NHS’s most senior jobs. Now, the chief exec of the North-East and North Cumbria Integrated Care Board wants to professionalise management and spread the collaborative spirit of mental health services acrosss the NHS.

16 January 2023 | By Matt Ross
Interview
National Committee Member Geoff Underwood

By any standards, the NHS lacks management capacity despite clear evidence that managers improve efficiency and service quality. If we can’t have more managers, let’s at least make the most of the ones we have.

25 October 2022 | By Geoff Underwood
Analysis & opinion
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Sir Gordon Messenger's review of management and leadership in health and social care could pave the way to better career management, more effective training and development and wider opportunities for managers. Sir Gordon talks to MiP’s Jon Restell about the review and what it means for MiP members.

03 August 2022 | By MiP
Interview
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MiP welcomes Sir Gordon Messenger's independent review of health and social care leadership and calls for honesty and investment in implementing its recommendations.

08 June 2022 | By MiP
Press Release
Jeremy Baskett, MiP Rep, North East England

Meet your reps: Jeremy Baskett, one of MiP’s most experienced reps, explains how being active in the union opened doors and helped him to become a better manager.

25 March 2021 | By Craig Ryan
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Tarlochan Boparai - MIP Union Rep

Meet your reps: Tarlochan Boparai from Kent and Medway CCG explains how becoming an MiP rep has given him new skills and a sense of empowerment at work.

24 November 2020 | By Craig Ryan
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Senior integration manager for frailty at Birmingham and Solihull CCG and former chair of MiP's National Committee Zoeta Manning

Black Lives Still Matter: Zoeta Manning, senior integration manager for frailty at Birmingham and Solihull CCG and former chair of MiP’s National Committee. Interview by Mercedes Broadbent.

08 October 2020 | By Zoeta Manning
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Cheryl Samuels

Black Lives Still Matter: Cheryl Samuels, deputy director of workforce transformation at NHS England & NHS Improvement, and chair of the deputy directors of HR network for the London Region. Interview by Craig Ryan

02 October 2020 | By Cheryl Samuels
Feature
Leeds: the city will host MiP's North Summit on 12 June

30 April 2019 | By Craig Ryan
News
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Two women NHS leaders warned that the NHS needs to give better support to senior managers and develop leadership teams that better represent the populations they serve in a conversation session with Channel 4 health correspondent Victoria Macdonald at the MiP Members’ Summit .

20 November 2018 | By Mercedes Broadbent
News
Conservative Health Secretary Matt Hancock
Jon Restell

Outsiders would expect leadership to be one of the highest national priorities in health and care. But they would be wrong.

13 April 2018 | By Jon Restell
Leading Edge
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The needs of the health service have changed dramatically in recent years but, says one NHS leadership coach, many leaders are stuck in an empire-building mindset. They must junk their instinct to compete – and learn to collaborate.

30 March 2017 | By Anonymous
The Sharp End
How to be active in MIP

The days of hostile bosses looking down their noses at active trade unionists are long gone – today’s MiP activists see real benefits for their NHS careers.

22 March 2017 | By Craig Ryan
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