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A transformation fund for the NHS

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Anita Charlesworth 18 December 2014
It is now widely accepted that, in order to meet the challenges facing the health and care system, the NHS will need both to improve productivity and to receive a real-terms increase in funding. It is...
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QI methods: the essentials of good clinical management?

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Jo Bibby 16 December 2014
It’s nearly 15 years since the NHS Plan set out the blueprint for a national agency tasked with applying quality improvement techniques across the NHS. In its heyday, the Modernisation Agency wa...
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To FT or not to FT: that is the question. Or is it?

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Emma Spencelayh 15 December 2014
As part of our work on analysing the controversial decision to prohibit the proposed merger of Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and the Royal Bournemouth & Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation...
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Compassion, dignity and respect are fundamental aspects of care, not add-ons

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Jane Jones 11 December 2014
We recently held an important event focusing on fundamental aspects of health care that I feel particularly passionate about: compassion, dignity and respect. It was interesting to explore what these...
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A chain reaction? Anticipating the Dalton review

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Tim Gardner 04 December 2014
The Danish physicist Niels Bohr allegedly observed that it’s hard to make predictions, especially about the future. Hard but not impossible: the Five Year Forward View has already made a big imp...
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