The union for health and care managers
Meet Your Reps: Proud to be both a manager and a paramedic, new MiP rep Glenn McPeak says he wants to speak up for managers in the ambulance service who feel unsupported, undervalued and under pressure.
While some thrive on it, many managers hate being on call – unable to relax while waiting for the dreaded call and nervous about taking critical decisions without enough training or support. There has to be a better way, writes Rhys McKenzie.
We talk to Dr Chloe Sellwood, deputy head of emergency preparedness, resilience and response (EPRR) for NHS England London region, about working at the cutting edge of emergency response in the capital.
Teams of doctors from different specialisms working shifts together helped the Countess of Chester Hospital to weather the Covid storm with increased patient satisfaction and better staff engagement. Here's how they did it.
NHS staff in Leicestershire took just 11 days to set up a mental health urgent care hub in the early days of the pandemic. Two managers involved tell us how an emergency response is now delivering long-term gains for local services.
How Birmingham and Solihull united the whole health and care system around a common purpose: fighting the pandemic while keeping services running.
Caroline Clarke, chief exec of the Royal Free NHS trust – which has been at the forefront of the battle against infectious disease for nearly 200 years – tells Matt Ross how staff across the trust and the capital have mobilised to tackle coronavirus, and considers the thorny challenges ahead
Having overseen the merger that created Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group, chief exec Paul Jennings spent two years managing a shift from a contracting to a collaborative culture. Then COVID-19 arrived – giving the city’s health and care managers just weeks to transform services. Matt Ross reports
Manchester’s Health and Social Care Partnership is blazing a trail for integrated services. Its chief officer Jon Rouse tells MiP about the most complex and enjoyable job of his life
Healthcare Manager probes the rising levels of assaults and abuse against NHS staff – and asks what employers can do to protect people at work.
Many managers feel the NHS's emergency duty regime is arbitrary and unprofessional. But demands are growing for employers to reform an increasingly broken system.
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