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Bruce Keogh voicepiece – July/August 2012

Improving quality by using clinical advice and leadership is fundamental to improving quality of clinical care, and this is nowhere more evident than in networks. Clinical networks, both formal and informal, are an NHS success story. For more than 10 … Read more → – Bruce Keogh voicepiece – July/August 2012

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Voicepiece from Bruce Keogh – June 2012

In July, all medical graduates progressing to foundation year one (F1) will spend a minimum of four days shadowing the F1 job they will be taking up and completing an induction programme organised by the trust they will soon be … Read more → – Voicepiece from Bruce Keogh – June 2012

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Voicepiece – Bruce Keogh – March 2012

The discussion is over – the Bill is now law. We must now move on from the heated rhetoric and focus our attention on maximising the opportunities presented. It seems to me that the philosophy underpinning the Bill is driven … Read more → – Voicepiece – Bruce Keogh – March 2012

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Voicepiece – Bruce Keogh

The British Medical Journal (BMJ) recently ran a survey asking if providing hospital services seven days a week is worth the extra cost. The response of 77 percent saying yes, is heartening because moving to a seven-day service needs sustained … Read more → – Voicepiece – Bruce Keogh

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Bruce Keogh’s Voicepiece November 2011

Clinical leadership, professionalism, and humanity lie at the heart of quality in the NHS Following concerns expressed by the strategic health authority (SHA) medical directors I recently commissioned an analysis of the Hospital Episode Statistics for 2009/10 to look at … Read more → – Bruce Keogh’s Voicepiece November 2011

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