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  • New acting CEO and chair for trust

    • 17 May 2024

    An East Midlands trust has announced it has both a new acting chair and chief executive.

  • ‘Outstanding’ trust appoint new CEO

    • 17 May 2024

    East London Foundation Trust has announced that Lorraine Sunduza will be its new chief executive.

  • Government and junior doctors explore mediation to break ‘logjam’

    • 16 May 2024

    Ministers and junior doctors have agreed to explore mediation in a move that could end months of strike action over pay.

  • ICSs where staffing has grown by a quarter revealed

    • 16 May 2024

    Several systems have increased their permanent staff numbers by around 25 per cent since the end of 2019 despite reporting large financial deficits, an analysis of official data suggests.

  • Leaked NHSE review warns of ‘severe’ lack of nurses with digital skills

    • 14 May 2024

    A leaked NHS England review has warned of a “severe shortage” of nurses and midwives with digital skills despite an ambition to deliver tech-enabled healthcare.

  • South East gets biggest share of new trainees

    • 13 May 2024

    Ministers have announced the locations of 350 additional medical training places for 2025–26, with the largest share going to the South East region.

  • Former hospital chief to chair second trust

    • 10 May 2024

    A former trust chief executive has been appointed chair of a second trust in the South East.

  • Lead governor’s suspension over vice-chair row a ‘terrible move’

    • 3 May 2024

    The lead governor of a foundation trust has been suspended after she criticised the handling of a recruitment process to appoint its vice chair, HSJ has discovered.

  • Ex-DH boss takes NHS and data firm jobs

    • 1 May 2024

    A former candidate to be NHS England’s chief executive has been appointed to chair a health innovation network, as well as to a board role at a data and AI company.

  • ICB hires overseas CEO for new £1.5bn commissioning job

    • 30 Apr 2024

    An integrated care board has brought in a senior executive from overseas to lead the commissioning of £1.5bn worth of delegated specialised services for the East of England region.

  • Pharma exec named chair of high-performing trust

    • 29 Apr 2024

    A new chair has been appointed at one of England’s best performing trusts.

  • Trust CEO ‘must apologise’ over covid work demands

    • 29 Apr 2024

    An employment tribunal has said a hospital chief executive should apologise to a surgeon whose mental health was affected by the way it handled his shielding during covid.

  • New £2bn hospital group appoints chair

    • 26 Apr 2024

    Two trusts which are forming a hospital group have appointed a new chair.

  • Trust names former social care director as CEO

    • 25 Apr 2024

    A community trust has appointed a director with a background in social care and the third sector to be its new chief executive.

  • NHSE appoints single boss for all CSUs

    • 24 Apr 2024

    NHS England has appointed a single managing director to lead its four commissioning support units as part of an ongoing overhaul of their operating model.

  • GP takes over community trust as new chair

    • 23 Apr 2024

    A GP has been named as the new chair of a community trust in the East of England.

  • New executive joins national agency to lead ongoing reforms

    • 19 Apr 2024

    NHS Supply Chain has appointed a new chief commercial executive director to lead ongoing reforms to the agency as well as delivery of day-to-day commercial operations.

  • DHSC director joins tech firm

    • 18 Apr 2024

    Former senior Downing Street official and NHS leader Samantha Jones is to join a digital care firm’s advisory board.

  • Trusts and NHSE ‘neglecting whistleblower training’

    • 18 Apr 2024

    Trusts and NHS England are failing to prioritise training for senior leaders on listening to whistleblowers — despite repeated findings of serious concerns going unheard — the National Guardian’s Office has said.

  • ‘Disgraceful’ regulator’s 10-year case delay

    • 17 Apr 2024

    A regulator overseeing 340,000 professionals breached a psychologist’s human rights by letting their fitness-to-practise case go on for a decade, amid widespread very long delays, it has emerged.