Welcome to the new, online, interactive Medical Directors’ Bulletin providing you with up-to-the- minute information on policy, leadership, events and a host of other resources – all to support you in delivering patient-focused, evidence-based, high quality care.
The monthly Medical Directors’ Bulletin, with many in-depth articles and interviews, together with a summary of the news, is still also available to download as a hard copy, if you prefer.
Leadership, inspiration and the ability to inspire confidence in others are just some of the qualities sought by the Secretary of State for Health as he seeks to recruit high calibre candidates to the new NHS structure. Vacancies are currently … – Situations vacant in the new NHS
The deadline for submitting views on how to improve the health of children and young people has been extended to 31 May. This follows the large amount of feedback and comments that the Children and Young People’s Health Outcomes Forum … – Deadline extended for comments on children and young people’s health outcomes
The April edition of the Medical Directors’ Bulletin brings together a large amount of news that affect medical directors along with news that will be of interest. News from the Department of Health includes the request for views on the … – Medical Directors’ Bulletin – April 2012
This special issue of ‘the month’ carries a detailed letter from NHS Chief Executive Sir David Nicholson on the passing of the Health and Social Care Bill and what the new Act means to the NHS now and from 2013/14. … – The Month: Special Issue 52, March 2012
In the March edition of the bulletin, NHS Medical Director Bruce Keogh reflects on the Health and Social Care Bill and what it now means for medical directors in the new system. Stephen Singleton, Medical Director, NHS North, talks about … – Medical Directors’ Bulletin – March 2012