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THE RCN Clinical Leadership Programme has now been adopted in more than 250 hospitals worldwide.
DEVELOPMENTS IN western society have led us to question traditional leadership structures. This is particularly so in the context of care as people’s health and social care needs change, technology advances and public expectations rise ( Department of Health 1999 ).
In the early 1980s, a study by Cameron and Parkes ( 1983 ) showed that more bereaved people often took solace from the quality of care received by their loved ones who had died in palliative care settings than did those whose loved ones had died in other hospital environments such as normal wards.
AS WE enter the new year, most trusts will be in the midst of job evaluation and matching activities for Agenda for Change (AfC) , with the aim that, by the coming autumn, more than one million non-medical NHS staff will be assimilated to the new pay system.
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