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Tuesday 16 January 2018


All the latest articles, news and reports on HR
Key topics include: Employment law, Staff management, Locum GPs, Agenda for Change, Healthcare assistants
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It’s our 50th edition

Wednesday 13th December 2017

We can’t contain our excitement here at the MiP headquarters — it’s our 50th edition! MiP has been running for more than a decade, and over that time the changes we have seen in the profession have been something to talk about, such as roles changing from the conventional route of ‘practice manager’ to ‘transformational manager’. We have also seen the NHS space evolve, as well as the typical practice manager role expand from one largely focused on...

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