The union for health and care managers
Whoever forms the next government, MiP will be unafraid to speak up for the core principles of the NHS and public service.
Outsiders would expect leadership to be one of the highest national priorities in health and care. But they would be wrong.
The NHS pay deal brought an end to seven years of pay misery – but came with a sting in the tail for some MiP members
The Chancellor's £2.8bn boost for the NHS is nowhere near enough to keep services running and meet the government's own policy priorities, MiP and other experts have warned. Craig Ryan reports.
For the first time, MiP and other healthcare unions have sent a formal pay claim for NHS staff directly to the Treasury.
One senior manager speaks about how MiP helped her after a frustrating and costly experience with her employer’s outsourced leased car scheme.
With the economy growing more slowly than healthcare demand, the government will have to find more money to maintain services and end the pay cap.
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.
UNISON’s head of health gives her top tips for using the Agenda for Change agreement to to recruit, retain and motivate your staff.
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