Health Manpower Management: Volume 18 Issue 3

Category:

Health Care Management / Healthcare

Table of contents

Evaluation of a Service Development Group

Sue Macdonald

Addresses the subject of evaluation of performance of a MentalHealth Services Management Development Group over the period of oneyear. Looks at the issues of…

Scotland Empowering Staff

Susanne J.B. Taylor

Report on the NAHSPO Scottish branch conference of 3 April 1992with the umbrella title of “Empowering Staff”.

Meeting Employees′ Needs through On‐site Child Care. Health Care

Phyllis Hope, J. Fred Rayworth

Reports on the Canadian public service sector, which has led theway in providing employer‐sponsored on‐site child care for employees.Suggests that such child care may be…

Implementing a Health Care Assistant Strategy

Ken Hutchinson

All nursing auxiliaries with over five years service were given theopportunity to receive both NVQ training and assessment to level 2 and asmall financial inducement. New…

NAHSPO News

Susanne J.B. Taylor

Provides an update on various National Association of HealthService Personnel Officers (NAHSPO) activities: the forthcoming annualconference in October at Blackpool; link…

Assessing and Training at Work

Doris M. Dunn

Investigates the values of Behaviourally Anchored Rating Scales(BARS), in assessing and training student nurses at work. Sevenexperienced practitioners had been asked to…

Making Equality Happen – Conference Report

Barbara Millar

Discusses the National Association of Health Service PersonnelOfficers (NAHSPO) first ever one‐day conference which took a look at thestate of equal opportunities in the NHS.

Doctors and Managers in Yorkshire – A Meeting of Minds

Helen Jones, Carole S. Gazey, Sophia M. Martin

Describes the need to improve communication between doctors andmanagers in the NHS, to enable them to work together. Describes anapproach to management development based…

Doctors and Teachers: A Tale of Two Professions?

John Hugh Lloyd

Despite the claim of cultural uniqueness, so often used to defendcurrent practices in the health sector, there are significant commonfeatures and lessons across the range…

Team Building – The Need to Balance Customer and Employee Needs

Nigel Codman

Total quality management (TQM) programmes and “management ofchange” are procedures only as effective as the research whichguides them and must rely on the commitment and…

ISSN:

0955-2065

Online date, start – end:

1992 – 1998

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited