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Leadership Development Programme for GPs Mental Health Leads in CCGs

Description
Accredited by the Royal College of Practitioners, this programme targeted at GP Mental Health Commissioning Leads - in the West Midlands, East Midlands and East of England - started in October 2014. Twenty-eight GPs and two commissioning colleagues are currently taking part in the programme, which is being delivered in Cambridge and Birmingham.
Date:
Tuesday 16th December 2014
Categories:
Social Sciences

Patient safety in private hospitals - addressing the information deficit

Description
The relationship between the NHS and private hospitals has changed markedly over the last decade. The most recent figures show that the NHS (i.e the taxpayer) is now the second largest source of revenue for private hospitals.
Date:
Monday 6th October 2014
Categories:
Social Sciences

HSMC Professor invited to speak at international patient safety conference in Rio

Description
Professor Russell Mannion has been invited to speak at the International Society for Quality in Health care (ISQua) conference. With colleagues, he will present the findings from international research on the impact of health policy reform on quality and patient safety in thirty countries.
Date:
Friday 3rd October 2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

The Individual Service Funds Handbook

Description
HSMC's Robin Miller is co-author of a new guide to Individual Service Funds (ISFs) – one of the most innovative and least well-developed forms of personal budgets in health and social care
Date:
Monday 29th September 2014
Categories:
Social Sciences

HSMC to support States of Jersey with mental health services review

Description
HSMC is pleased to announce that Dr Mervyn Conroy and Robin Miller will be working in partnership with Contact Consulting on a project commissioned by Health and Social Services Department of the States of Jersey to consider the future of mental health services on the island.
Date:
Thursday 21st August 2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Health literacy - Is our education system addressing or widening health inequalities?

Description
Hilary Brown – fellow at the Health Services Management Centre discusses the issue of health literacy in our latest Viewpoint Piece.
Date:
Thursday 29th May 2014

Alcoholism: Heartsink or microcosm?

Description
Few GPs get excited by seeing known alcoholics walk into their surgery; they are the classic 'heartsink' patients, with a host of problems, often insoluble.
Date:
Monday 19th May 2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Tough choices and new opportunities in a cold fiscal climate

Description
To coincide with the publication of the latest HSMC newsletter the editors Iestyn Williams and Jenny Harlock reflect on how the NHS is coping with the challenges brought by austerity.
Date:
Monday 19th May 2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Two cents worth?

Description
Fate over the last month has transpired to bring into sharper relief the issue of how the NHS (in England) has become more exposed to and influenced by international trends in health policy and management.
Date:
Monday 19th May 2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

International Nurses' Day

Description
Recently it was International Nurses' day - a day when nurses across the world celebrate and reflect on nursing through a variety of ways. I wanted to add my reflections to this, in part generated from a small comment made by Simon Stevens, the Chief Executive of NHS England in his inaugural speech last month (link below). He mentioned the need for "more professional authority for nurses and midwives" – but does this matter?
Date:
Monday 19th May 2014
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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