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Making Difficult Choices In The NHS

Leading or managing in the NHS is always going to be a challenge.  The fact that you are operating in an environment which never stops and is subject to very close scrutiny makes it that way.   One of the toughest parts of leading and managing in the NHS is making difficult choices.  A lot […]

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Getting Unstuck and Moving Forward However Difficult It Might Seem

Anyone who has ever worked in healthcare will tell you that sometimes it is easy to get stuck and in a downward spiral.  This might be due to whole host of factors including:  Struggles with meeting targets for seeing patients in Accident and Emergency  Rising levels of patient complaints  Delays in paying suppliers  Making working […]

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