The union for health and care managers
The Fit and Proper Person Test causes confusion and sometimes trepidation among many NHS managers. We explain how it works and examine options for reform.
Healthcare Manager probes the rising levels of assaults and abuse against NHS staff – and asks what employers can do to protect people at work.
We explore the deep culture changes needed to improve staff mental health and make sure all NHS staff can thrive at work.
We talk to one manager whose career was wrecked by menopausal symptoms – and discover how everyone can support women going through the ‘change of life’.
Dean Royles, director of HR and organisational development at Leeds Teaching Hospitals, calls for a more streamlined system to run the NHS in England.
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.
As part of our NHS funding campaign, we're asking MiP members to talk about their personal experiences of managing NHS services under financial pressure.
Does the NHS have too few managers? Recent studies show that employing more managers leads to better patient care and more efficient services.
With its population and NHS workforce ageing fast, Wales needs urgent action to boost skills and recruitment across health and social care.
Spurious allegations can damage managers’ careers and cost the NHS dear. And too often, sloppy investigations and poor HR support make things worse.
The days of hostile bosses looking down their noses at active trade unionists are long gone – today’s MiP activists see real benefits for the NHS careers.
What are the lessons for the NHS from the troubled history of shared services in the public sector?
Sustainability and Transformation Plans may save the NHS or drag it further into the mire. But staff and patients have been shut out of the conversation so far.
Everyone’s talking about staff engagement, but East London Foundation Trust is one of the few really doing it. We head to Whitechapel to find out how.
Alison Cameron, the first patient leader to graduate from the NHS Leadership Academy, talks about her journey from angry patient to partner for change.