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NHS managers across the UK are discovering the joys - or horrors - of working from home. While we may be on the cusp of a permanent change to working culture, writes Alison Moore, we’ve seen little consultation or thinking about the long-term benefits and pitfalls.

01 July 2020 | By Alison Moore
Feature
National Committee Member Geoff Underwood

05 June 2020 | By MiP
MiP in the news
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MiP has produced a briefing to update our members in Wales on progress in key areas, as we continue our joint working dialogue with NHS Wales

11 May 2020 | By MiP
News
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SPECIAL REPORT: A small but growing number of NHS managers are being diagnosed with workplace PTSD. We speak to three MiP members who paid a high price for the NHS’s failure to tackle toxic workplace bullying.

15 November 2019 | By Craig Ryan
Feature

MiP’s caseload suggests ‘gaslighting’ is on the increase in the NHS. Here’s some tips for recognising this pernicious form of bullying and taking steps to protect yourself.

19 June 2019 | By Claire Pullar
Tipster
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Marie Gabriel, the chair of East London NHS Foundation Trust (ELFT), led a Management Life workshop on promoting staff health and wellbeing at the MiP Members’ Summit on 6 November.

14 November 2018 | By Mercedes Broadbent
News
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Working in healthcare can be emotionally exhausting, even occasionally traumatic, but many staff don’t get the chance to deal with the emotional burden of their work, Summit delegates attending a Management Life workshop heard.

14 November 2018 | By Alison Moore
News

We explain the legal duties on employers to protect the psychological wellbeing of staff and support people suffering from mental health conditions.

04 October 2018 | By David Robinson
Legal Eye

Healthcare Manager probes the rising levels of assaults and abuse against NHS staff – and asks what employers can do to protect people at work.

20 August 2018 | By Emma Dent
Feature
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The Civil Liability Bill will deny injury compensation to thousands of workers and cost the NHS millions – just to feed the insurance industry fat cats.

27 July 2018 | By Doug Christie
Legal Eye

We explore the deep culture changes needed to improve staff mental health and make sure all NHS staff can thrive at work.

20 April 2018 | By Craig Ryan
Feature

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’.

12 April 2018 | By Daloni Carlisle
Feature
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The promised transformation of mental health services won’t materialise without proper funding and serious attention to the health and wellbeing of our staff.

08 June 2016 | By Sir Simon Wessely
Analysis & opinion

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.

17 March 2016 | By Craig Ryan
Feature

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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