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Features & Interviews

We publish interviews with health and care managers to explore their views and experiences on career development, policies and service delivery issues. And we produce a wide range of features – explaining the crucial contribution of managers in health and care delivery, and helping members to address challenges in their working lives. The listing below present all of our features in chronological order.  

Some features are produced regularly in standard formats, and have dedicated pages on this site. These include Managing Better Care, examining how managers and clinicians work together to improve services; Tipster, presenting practical advice on developing your career and tackling workplace problems; The Sharp End, in which working managers give their uncensored views on how government policy affects their work; Leading Edge, our straight-talking opinion column by MiP chief executive Jon RestellCasework stories, exploring how MiP has helped members with problems at work; and Legal Eye, setting out the key legal issues facing health and care managers.

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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
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Scottish and Welsh flags

With the English NHS in a hurry to integrate health and social care, we examine the lessons from the well-established partnerships in Scotland and Wales.

30 July 2019 | By Alison Moore
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Tipster cartoon - NHS boardroom: You don't have to be male here but it helps

Here’s our tips on how men can play a big part in supporting women leaders and the push for a more gender-balanced NHS.

26 July 2019 | By Samantha Allen
Tipster
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Our members’ survey found widespread fear and confusion about plans to restrict exit payments for NHS staff. That’s why MiP is asking the government to think again.

19 July 2019 | By Mercedes Broadbemt
MiP at work
Julie Ogley, President of ADASS

With the social care system in “absolute crisis”, health and care leaders must work together to map a way forward, Julie Ogley tells MiP.

26 June 2019 | By Matt Ross
Interview

Thousands of NHS staff could soon lose their automatic right to work in the UK. Here's what you need to know about getting ‘settled status’ for your EU workers.

19 June 2019 | By Rachel Halliday
Legal Eye

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
MiP North Summit 2019

MiP held first North Summit in Leeds on 12 June brought together members and stakeholders for a focused discussion with NHS leaders in the north of England.

14 June 2019 | By Mercedes Broadbemt
MiP at work

Courageous, system-wide change is the only way to stem increasing demand for medical care and meet the needs of today’s population.

24 May 2019 | By Sophia Christie
The Sharp End
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Despite recent tax changes and legal doubts hanging over improvements to the scheme, the NHS pension scheme remains one of the best on offer. MiP reports on recent developments, and explains how to keep your retirement plans on track.

15 May 2019 | By Alison Moore
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