Over a million people in England work for the NHS, providing high quality care every day. The government, providers, NHS arm's length bodies, unions, professional colleges, and regulators all have a role to play in workforce matters and employment relations. Providers need a workforce that has the right numbers, skills, values and behaviours if they are to deliver high quality care for patients and service users.
Sir Julian Hartley responds to news that junior doctors in England plan more strikes in December and January.
Miriam Deakin responds to the home secretary's announcement on cutting legal migration to the UK.
Peter Reading, interim chief executive at Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust, argues the NHS would be much improved by seeing disability as an asset that enriches leadership and decision-making.
Miriam Deakin responds to the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) mid-year registration data report.
Sir Julian Hartley responds to the government's pay offer for consultants, announced today.
Saffron Cordery responds to new figures published by the Royal College of Nursing, which show a 98% rise in reported suicidal thoughts among nurses compared to the same period last year.
Sir Julian Hartley responds to the latest net migration figures from the Office for National Statistics.
In this episode Adam Brimelow reflects on our flagship annual conference and exhibition, hearing from a range of delegates as they share their experiences.
Sir Julian Hartley discusses the findings of the State of the provider sector survey and the challenges facing NHS trusts.
Kate Smyth, non-executive director at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, shares her journey through disability and leadership and what inspired her to co-found the DNDN.
Sir Julian Hartley responds to shadow Health and Social Care Secretary Wes Streeting's speech at NHS Providers' annual conference.
Sir Julian Hartley responds to a General Medical Council report about the medical workforce and doctors' rapidly changing career choices.