Health Manpower Management: Volume 24 Issue 6


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A feedforward and feedback framework for analysing an organisation’s resources, capabilities and development needs

M.A. Taylor

The success of an organisation is measured by the progress its people make towards its goals and objectives. But, most organisations today operate in fast changing and competitive…


Primary care groups will have to be good at this, and that and the other

Mike Cooke

The success ofFunctions of primary care groups (PCG) should be considered ahead of structures and those forming PCGs need to see the links between the key health and social policy…


Educating health educators: a survey of hospital staff completing a certificate in health education course

Gabrielle Atmarow, Adam Brown, Jane Pinder, Edward Renvoize

The success of Health care professionals (nurses, a midwife, a physiotherapist and an occupational therapist) working in a large NHS Trust hospital who had completed the…


Delivering effective health care through teamwork: the role of pharmaceutical care management

Waleed M. Al‐Shakhaa, Mohammed Zairi

The success ofIn recent years, there has been significant interest in the application of continuous quality improvement (CQI) and total quality management (TQM), and…


Charting the developments in the NHS

Pervaiz K. Ahmed, Lynne Cadenhead

The success ofIn this paper, key changes taking in the development of the UK health sector from the 1940s to the mid‐1990s are briefly sketched. The changes originating from a…


Developing consultant care on delivery suite

Mark Hackett

The success ofThe need to develop a consultant presence on the delivery suite has never been greater given the emerging quality agenda that is occurring within the speciality…




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