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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
News
People in reorganisation connected in cyberspace

MiP is fully committed to supporting members through the ICS transtion in England. We answer some of the key questions you may have about the transition and how it will affect your job.

18 June 2021 | By MiP
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Managers welcome many proposals in the government’s NHS white paper, but poor timing, confusion over how the new system will work and vague threats of renewed political interference leave plenty of room for scepticism.

07 May 2021 | By Craig Ryan
Analysis & opinion
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MiP has called for NHS England to give assurances and support to board-level managers affected by latest government shake-up of the NHS, after they were excluded from the "employment committment" offered to other staff.

06 May 2021 | By Craig Ryan
News
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One MiP member explains how professional support from MiP’s Pete Lowe helped him to navigate a tricky situation while moving to a new employer.

16 March 2021 | By MiP
Casework
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The government has announced that it is revoking the controversial £95k cap on public sector exit payments, introduced last November.

12 February 2021 | By MiP
News
Stickies on a desk – reorganisation

MiP welcomes the principles behind the NHS white paper but warns that it could be a dangerous distraction from fighting the pandemic.

11 February 2021 | By MiP
Press Release

MiP has welcomed new government plans to speed up the devolution of health and care, and put England’s embryonic integrated care systems on a firm statutory footing.

06 January 2021 | By Mercedes Broadbent
Analysis & opinion

MiP has welcomed new government plans to speed up the devolution of health and care, and put England’s embryonic integrated care systems on a firm statutory footing.

05 January 2021 | By Mercedes Broadbent
Analysis & opinion
Tarlochan Boparai - MIP Union Rep

Meet your reps: Tarlochan Boparai from Kent and Medway CCG explains how becoming an MiP rep has given him new skills and a sense of empowerment at work.

24 November 2020 | By Craig Ryan
MiP at work
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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
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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
Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group chief exec Paul Jennings

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

27 April 2020 | By Matt Ross
Interview
Liverpool University Hospitals Foundation Trust chief executive Simon Warburton

The creation of Liverpool’s new ‘mega-trust’ is an important part of the city’s regeneration, and central to moves to get public services working together. Matt Ross spoke to the trust’s new boss, Steve Warburton

19 December 2019 | By Matt Ross
Interview
MiP Summit organisational change panel
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We speak to two MiP national officers about how threats of dismissal for unspecified "substantial” reasons are increasingly being used to get rid of NHS managers whose faces don’t fit.

23 August 2019 | By Craig Ryan
Feature
organisational change
NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens speaking at a conference

NHS England and NHS Improvement published their consultation document on the effective merger of the two organisations on 16 July. Here’s MiP’s response and advice to members who may be affected by the re-organisation.

17 July 2019 | By MiP
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