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"As a journalist for Management Today your editor has asked you to submit an article outlining the current developments within the training sector of the NHS, you should furthermore address any future and/or current problems and how you would rectify them"
jayne olsen

2 Responses

  1. NHS University
    An important current development relates to the creation of the NHS University. See:

    http://www.doh.gov.uk/nhsuniversity/

    It will be about 2 years before it begins to make a major impact. The intention is that it will provide the bulk of post-graduate training and education, and will rely heavily on online learning. This will have financial implications for the higher education sector which currently has a virtual monopoly in this area.

    You also need to consult some recent key nursing and medical journals to identify training and education themes and initiatives. The introduction of cadet schemes is but one example.

  2. NHS
    Jayne,

    I would look at leadership development, especially in the current climate and Government initiatives to improve poor performing hospitals. Also the difference between management and leadership and who needs what type ie leadership or management training.

    Hope this helps.

    Good luck.

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