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In the news area of the HPMA website we highlight association news but also bring you text feeds (RSS and Twitter) from popular professional publications (eg HSJ, Personnel Today) and key healthcare organisations (NHS Employers, NHSConfederation, DH). Click on a story, in the main page or left hand columns to find out more.....

 The NHS deficit in England rose to nearly £2.3bn in the first nine months of the financial year, official figures have confirmed...

 A round-up of products and resources published in the last 12 months from NHS Employer’s Working Longer Group is now available.

 
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 Britain’s employers are increasingly reliant on the skills and talents of older workers to boost productivity. However, the ageing population also means that there will be an estimated nine...

As outlined in the introduction, HPMA President Deborah Tarrant has launched the new Healthcare People Management Association vision and strategy 'Improving health through people' at The Royal...

 NHS Employers is carrying out a survey to discover how they can best support NHS organisations to prepare for, and implement, policy changes around apprenticeships.

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The introduction of revalidation for nurses and midwives has been a major success, with the majority of those due to renew their registration revalidating successfully.
 
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 We have launched #HPMAVision to keep our members, partners and all NHS HR professionals up to date with the latest on HPMA's new strategy and vision, event today at The Royal National Hotel,...

The national HR Professional Development Strategy (PDS) supports the development of the NHS HR profession and aims to promote the impact and influence of NHS workforce leaders.
The strategy...

 A consultation on how to implement the planned changes to the student funding system for nursing, midwifery and allied health professionals has been launched.

 
From 1 August...
Employees under the age of 24 are the most reluctant of any age group to discuss mental health in the workplace, according to a study that demonstrates a widespread fear that talking about such...

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In the newsletter this month we welcome new President Dean Royles, hear from two new branch vice-

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