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This issue brings you news on HPMA's new strategy from Executive Director Nicky Ingham, and plenty of calls for your feedback and support.
Booking is now open for our apprenticeship conference with HFMA & Skills for Health - practical advice on realising the benefits from the levy, plus don't forget to book your place at the very first South Central roadshow (Basingstoke 20 Nov) - or indeed any of our roadshows in Glasgow, Cardiff, Durham or Manchester!
Thanks to Cheryl Brooker, FCIPD Julie Bishop Kirstie Stott and Beverley Harden FCSP for their brilliant articles on leadership, social recruiting, the shadow board and raising the profile of AHP professions. Not forgetting Kate Shute's piece on the recent guidance from Baroness Dido Harding and from The Kings Fund - how primary care networks fit into the NHS Long-Term Plan from Richard Murray.
Finally please take a look at thenewly launched PPMA campaign #outoftheshadows that HPMA are supporting over the next 12 months, which sets out to address bullying and harassment in public services.