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Managers in the NHS are working under unique pressure. Rachel Cashman explains how, to sustain the high performance being demanded of them, managers and their team need to feel psychologically safe, supported and encouraged to learn from each other.

12 August 2022 | By Rachel Cashman
Feature
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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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After two years of relentless pressure, many NHS operational managers are tired, fed-up and ready to leave their vital jobs. We talk to some who are determined to stick it out and are reaching out to support each other.

26 July 2022 | By Alison Moore
Feature
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Times are tough, but MiP's National Committee has set a challenging but optimistic agenda for the next two years.

21 June 2022 | By Jon Restell
Leading Edge
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MiP are excited to have a stand at NHS Confed Expo 2022 at the ACC Liverpool. We’ll be here on Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 June.

15 June 2022 | By MiP
News
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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
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As the UK’s largest employer and a major producer of greenhouse gases, the NHS has a huge role to play in meeting the government’s net zero target for carbon emissions. We report on the scale of the challenge post-COP26 and the transformations in services, attitudes and leadership needed to meet it.

19 May 2022 | By Matt Limb
Feature
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Eleanor recently joined the NHS as a senior manager at an acute trust in England. She’s full-time but has flexible hours and works from several locations, including home.

10 May 2022 | By Craig Ryan
Feature
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Hazel has been working flexibly for more than 20 years. After the birth of her first child, she considered putting her career on hold altogether, but “I didn’t think I’d have the confidence to go back after 20 years bringing up the kids,” she says.

10 May 2022 | By Craig Ryan
Feature
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Workers increasingly see flexible working as the norm, but it has proved notoriously hard to implement in the NHS. We assembled a panel of experts to discuss how the NHS can overcome the obstacles to offer people the flexible and attractive careers they want.

05 May 2022 | By Craig Ryan
Feature
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NHS bodies are now being asked to collaborate rather than compete. But top-down direction cannot foster genuine cooperation, West Yorkshire ICS chief Rob Webster tells MiP. Only through partnerships can health and care staff address the huge challenges they face.

21 April 2022 | By Matt Ross
Interview
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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.

20 January 2022 | By Craig Ryan
Interview
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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.

10 January 2022 | By Matthew Limb
Managing Better Care
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MiP Summit 2021: On day four, Matthew Taylor, Chris Creegan and Geoff Underwood discuss managing change under pressure, motivating people and how managers can be open, honest and even vulnerable in the face of the crisis.

16 November 2021 | By Alison Moore
News
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MiP Summit 2021: Anton Emmanuel, Lucille Thirlby, Chris Creegan and Helen Carr discuss MiP’s new guide to equality and diversity and the action managers can take to create inclusive workplaces in the NHS.

12 November 2021 | By Alison Moore
News
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MiP's guide to managing change, Creating a Sustainable Workplace is launched at today's MiP Summit. Find out more and download your copy here.

11 November 2021 | By MiP
News
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MiP's guide to managing equality and diversity, Creating an Inclusive Workplace is launched at today's MiP Summit. Find out more and download your copy here.

09 November 2021 | By MiP
News
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There's still time to reserve your spot at MiP's 2021 Members' Summit. There are four online sessions to choose from, all at 12.15pm. Find out more and book your place here.

04 November 2021 | By MiP
News
Jon Restell & Jenni Douglas Todd, Smaller ICS webinar 17 September 2021

At MiP's September webinar, two independent chairs of 'smaller' ICSs, Jenni Douglas-Todd from Dorset and Gill Morgan from Gloucestershire, spoke to MiP members about the challenges of change, recovering from Covid and reshaping services for the long-term.

04 October 2021 | By Craig Ryan
News
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Join us on Fri 17 September for an in-depth conversation on the ICS reforms with Dame Gill Morgan, chair of One Gloucestershire ICS, and Jenni Douglas-Todd, chair of the Dorset ICS. Find out more here.

10 September 2021 | By MiP
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