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‘Collaboration - the only game in town’

Posted by 29 April 2022

The Covid-19 pandemic has been with us now for more than two years and it has been a constantly changing picture over that time. In the year ahead, our focus must be and is on moving beyond the pandemic and workforce is a top NHS priority. This is absolutely as it should be, the NHS is nothing...

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Difficult but essential reading

Posted by 8 April 2022

Last week’s devastating Ockenden Review makes difficult but essential reading for everyone who works in or alongside maternity services.  The report outlines immediate essential actions, accepted by the government, under four key pillars:

                         1. Safe staffing levels...

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Recommendations for fairer tariff funding 

Posted by 1 April 2022

Since April 2021, Health Education England has assumed greater responsibility for the development of the healthcare education and training placement tariffs.

Supported by the Department of Health and Social Care, and NHS England/ Improvement, and other stakeholders’ we have developed...

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Strength in tough times

Posted by 21 March 2022

As the 2021-2022 year draws to a close, it has continued to be the toughest period since the NHS was created, exacerbated by shortages in key workforce areas.

The NHS and our people need to recover from the pandemic, deal with a huge backlog of care, and prepare for longer term challenges...

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Blog: Mental health social work, me and HEE

Posted by 17 March 2022

This week is Social Work Week and Social Work Awareness Day. Dr Lynn Prendergast, Associate Director, Social Care working in Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT), shares her experiences of developing mental health social work in the NHS.

Like many people, I went into...

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