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Most MiP members are based in England, working for a wide range of social and health care organisations – from social care providers, through private and voluntary sector health providers, to NHS providers, commissioning organisations, the Department of Health’s arm’s length bodies, and the health sector associations and unions.


Whatever the nature of their employer, seniority or role, though, all our members are entitled to the same expert, one-on-one support and representation when they need it – plus our national voice speaking up for managers, and services including events, training and our quarterly magazine.

Our members in England are represented by our network of national officers, each of whom focuses on one of our seven English regions – representing all our members in that area, and building relationships with local employers. Working with HR and change programme leaders across their region, and participating in staffside forums, our national officers help shape employers’ HR practices whilst developing the contacts, expertise and skills to give local health and care managers the support and protection they need.

The panel discussing the 'new normal' (clockwise from top left): Habib Naqvi, Jon Restell, Rebecca Smith; Christine McAnea and David Cain.
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MiP is campaigning for fair overtime payments for all NHS staff during the coronavirus crisis. Take our survey and tell us about the extra hours you’re putting in.

12 June 2020 | By MiP
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MiP national officer Claire Pullar

16 November 2019 | By MiP
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English currency in notes and coins

02 November 2019 | By MiP
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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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Front Cover of a collection of essays titled: Is devolution the future of health and social care?
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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.
6th Jan 2021
By Mercedes Broadbent
Analysis & opinion
Free Pensions webinar for NHS staff in Wales
2pm Wednesday 18 November
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