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Tony Spotiswood, chief executive, Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Bournemouth and Christchurch trust has the best staff survey results in England, and ambitious reform plans agreed with partners across Dorset. But getting here has required more than good management, chief executive Tony Spotswood tells MiP

04 October 2018 | By Matt Ross
Interview
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Welcome to our new website. And whilst we’re at it, welcome to Managers in Partnership’s new way of approaching communications.

04 October 2018 | By Jon Restell
Feature
Jon Restell - Chief Executive

Our job is about more than ensuring fair play once decisions have been taken, we need to influence the big decisions themselves.

24 July 2018 | By Jon Restell
Leading Edge

With ACSs blending into ICSs, and ACOs in hot water, we look at what’s cooking for the NHS in England.

19 April 2018 | By Anna Charles
Analysis & opinion
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A lack of drive and serious commitment to engaging the public is threatening to undermine STPs before they’ve really got started, warns one programme manager.

23 September 2017 | By Anonymous
The Sharp End
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Dean Royles, director of HR and organisational development at Leeds Teaching Hospitals, calls for a more streamlined system to run the NHS in England.

22 September 2017 | By Dean Royles
The Sharp End
Jackie Doyle-Price, MP for Thurrock

26 June 2017 | By MiP
News
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Following the inconclusive 2017 general election result, here are MiP’s challenges to the new government – however long it lasts.

22 June 2017 | By Jon Restell
Feature
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What the Conservative manifesto offered… and what we might get.

22 June 2017 | By Craig Ryan
Analysis & opinion
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The shock election result puts the NHS back in the thick of the political battleground. Anything could happen – but here’s ten things to look out for.

22 June 2017 | By Craig Ryan
Analysis & opinion
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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
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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.

01 December 2016 | By Craig Ryan
Feature
Health minister Philip Dunne
Devolution Panel
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Far from “taking back control”, Brexit has plunged the NHS into a period of radical uncertainty, with unpredictable consequences for funding, staffing and research.

15 September 2016 | By Crag Ryan
Analysis & opinion

Running NHS England was always going to be tough, but was he ready for this? Simon Stevens talks about funding, reshaping healthcare and his personal crusade against obesity.

11 March 2016 | By Alison Moore
Interview
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Healthcare management should be about more than meeting targets and cutting costs. Managers need to deliver services that strengthen their communities.

03 March 2016 | By Alan Turrell
Analysis & opinion
Alison Cameron

Alison Cameron, the first patient leader to graduate from the NHS Leadership Academy, talks about her journey from angry patient to partner for change.

29 November 2015 | By Alison Moore
Interview
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