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MiP has called on Patricia Hewitt's review of ICS powers to strike the right balance between local autonomy and central direction, warning that many NHS managers will be suspicious of the ideological motives behind the review.
The Government have announced a £1,400 pay award for NHS staff on Agenda for Change. While the award varies considerably in percentage terms, it means yet another real terms pay cut for MiP members and most other NHS staff.
MiP welcomes the merger of NHS England’s People Directorate with Health Education England but warns of “significant work ahead” to tackle record vacancies and high levels of staff burnout.
Strong partnership working between unions, employers and government are essential to tackle the workforce issues facing the NHS. Jon Restell reports from the recent meeting of the national Social Partnership Forum.
MiP welcomes Sir Gordon Messenger's independent review of health and social care leadership and calls for honesty and investment in implementing its recommendations.
MiP members have given a cautious thumbs up to the transition to Integrated Care Boards, but a significant number are still in the dark about the how the reforms will affect their jobs, according to an MiP survey.
NHS England set to announce that the launch of Integrated Care Boards and the abolition of CCGs will be delayed by three months until July next year.
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.
MiP Summit 2021: In the opening plenary session, Karen Bonner, Tom Simons, Jon Restell and Sarah Gorton discuss Covid, recovery, flexible working and managing under pressure.
MiP members in England have voted to oppose the proposed 3% pay award for Agenda for Change staff, and indicated they would be willing to take part in industrial action.
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