1. Fact Check: migration and NHS staff

    23 May 2016
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    Ahead of the EU Referendum, Mark Dayan examines the data on immigration and hypothesises on the potential impact of Brexit on the NHS workforce.

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  2. Embracing change for nurses

    (Guest blogger)
    20 May 2016
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    Lisa Bayliss-Pratt of Health Education England reflects on the changing nature of nursing and the opportunities offered by new roles. 

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  3. How new roles can strengthen general practice

    (Guest blogger)
    18 May 2016
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    Dr Mike Holmes shares learning from his experience implementing new professional roles into his GP practice in Hull. 

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  4. Thinking differently about the cancer workforce

    (Guest blogger)
    18 May 2016
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    Moira Fraser, Director of Policy at Macmillan Cancer Support, outlines some of the work Macmillan are doing to experiment with new cancer support roles. 

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  5. How new staff skills can deliver better care for patients

    17 May 2016
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    Candace Imison examines the opportunities we identified in our new report to reduce the gap between the skills of staff and the needs of patients. 

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  6. The workforce planning debate is long overdue

    (Guest blogger)
    16 May 2016
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    Danny Mortimer, Chief Executive of NHS Employers, reflects on why lessons that have emerged from our new report on NHS workforce has been long overdue. 

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  7. Who is accountable in the NHS?

    13 May 2016
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    As the NHS becomes ever more convoluted, Mark Dayan considers: who actually is accountable in the NHS? 

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  8. What can e-health do for patients?

    (Guest blogger)
    13 May 2016
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    Following a new discussion paper published for the Nuffield Trust, Angela Coulter examines the evidence we have so far about patient engagement with information technology.

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  9. Why is it so hard to copy international best practice?

    11 May 2016
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    Nigel Edwards reflects on why adapting and replicating international care models is never quite as easy as it seems. 

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  10. The emerging new era of general practice

    10 May 2016
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    The face of general practice is slowly transforming to more sustainable models, with technology playing a vital role in the process, writes Sophie Castle-Clarke.

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  11. Has the tide turned for small hospitals?

    9 May 2016
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    Kicking off a new series, Matt Gaskins unpicks the current landscape for smaller hospitals ahead of our debate with the NHS Confederation next month. 

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  12. Weren't new care models supposed to solve the NHS crisis?

    (Guest blogger)
    6 May 2016
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    Paul Corrigan examines why the current model of 'stabilise first, transform second' is drastically at odds with the original ambitions of the Five Year Forward View

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  13. Health care and the Welsh elections

    22 Apr 2016
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    The Welsh NHS is at the centre of the campaign for next month’s Assembly elections. But which of the country’s political parties is right about how it is doing? Who has the answers? And what don’t they dare to ask?

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  14. Is centralisation the answer for emergency general surgery?

    (Guest blogger)
    11 Apr 2016
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    Robert Watson, author of our new report on emergency general surgery, takes a close look at the common assumption that centralisation could be the solution to the challenges in the sector. 

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  15. The NHS technology lag cannot go on

    (Guest blogger)
    8 Apr 2016
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    In a response to our new briefing, Jonathan Serjeant, co-founder of Brighton and Hove Integrated Care Service (BICS), argues that the NHS needs to take a proactive approach to implementing new technologies, before it gets left behind. 

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  16. Technology in general practice: a vehicle for change?

    7 Apr 2016
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    Our new briefing outlines how technology could aid the transformation of general practice. In this blog, authors Stephanie Kumpunen and Sophie Castle-Clarke set out what this vision might look like. 

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  17. Why some GPs are growing “weary” with commissioning

    5 Apr 2016
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    Holly Holder unpacks the Nuffield Trust and The King's Fund's latest research into clinical commissioning and explores possible reasons for some GPs feeling less than engaged with their CCGs.

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  18. The NHS needs managers as well as leaders

    27 Mar 2016
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    Nigel Edwards argues that the 'unglamorous work' often undertaken by middle managers should not be forgotten, and supporting them a key priority. 

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  19. Health care and the Scottish election

    24 Mar 2016
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    The NHS will be a key issue for voters in the Scottish election given it is the biggest public service under the remit of the Scottish Government. In new analysis, Mark Dayan outlines some of the key facts and figures about the service's performance in Scotland. 

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  20. What can we learn from the US 'hospitalist' model?

    23 Mar 2016
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    Louella Vaughan unpacks the success of the US 'hospitalist' model and investigates whether it could work in the English setting. 

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