Health Manpower Management: Volume 23 Issue 3


Table of contents

The curse of the CATalytic converter

Eileen James

Addresses the transfer of nurse education from schools of nursing, previously located within health authorities and, more recently, hospital and/or community trusts, to…


The challenge of education commissioning ‐ part 2: a more radical change?

John Edmonstone

Second in a series of articles looking at developments within the NHS. Looks at factors such as business process re‐engineering and patient‐focused care. Highlights the…


Subordinate appraisal of managers: “testing the theory”

Gerald Levy, Peter Reid

Identifies the qualities of the “ideal” line manager as perceived by three groups of professionals allied to medicine. Makes explicit the research methodology used to…


Making local pay helpful ‐ part 2: using action research to address the challenge

Bob Sang, Linda Howard, Ian Campbell

Second part of an item featuring action research with four different trusts to investigate factors relating to the implementation of the local pay policy. Describes…


Community entry ‐ an essential component of participation

Ehsan Ullah Tareen, Mayeh Abu Omar

Sees community entry as a prelude to any action that will take place in a true partnership with the community. Lists a series of steps involved in achieving community…


Scheduling nursing personnel on a microcomputer

Ching‐Jong Liao, Chien‐Yuan Kao

Suggests that with the shortage of nursing personnel, hospital administrators have to pay more attention to the needs of nurses to retain and recruit them. Also asserts…




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