Healthcare Manager 34, Summer 2017

In the Summer 2017 issue of Healthcare Manager, we tackle the tricky issue of the future of the NHS following the inconclusive result of the June general election in the UK – with commentary from MiP chief executive Jon Restell and editor (and Lexographic partner) Craig Ryan. Alison Moore interviews Heather Caudle, one of the leading lights in NHS nursing management, while Jenny Sims fills us in on workforce developments in NHS Wales. We also have advice for managers from Unison head of health Sara Gorton on how to do right by your underpaid staff; a special report on the rise of vexatious complaints against NHS managers and a Scottish health service manager doing something very unusual – writing in praise of government policy towards the NHS. 

Healthcare Manager is edited, designed and produced by Lexographic on behalf of Managers in Partnership (MiP). It's published quarterly, in both print and digital editions, and has a circulation of around 7,000 senior managers in the NHS across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Lexographic also provides news and feature content for the MiP website.

Read the full issue here.

Public Service Magazine, Summer 2017

Public Service Magazine (PSM) is a current affairs magazine for senior civil servants, produced by the FDA trade union in the UK. Lexographic partner Craig Ryan launched the magazine back in 1998, when he was head of communications at the FDA. Craig has now returned as acting editor while the current editor is on maternity leave.

This issue includes reports from the FDA's 2017 annual conference, Dave Penman on why the UK needs a strong civil service, and Craig Ryan on the enormous challenge for the civil service and parliament posed by Brexit.

PSM is edited, planned and co-ordinated by Lexographic, designed and produced by Chapman Design and printed by Captiv8

The Children of Chateau de la Hille, by Sebastien Steiger

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Did you know Lexographic also publish books and ebooks?

The Children of Chateau de la Hille is our second publication of the summer. It's a genuinely heartwarming account of the courage and resourcefulness of 100 children who hid from the Nazis in occupied France, and how many of them remarkably escaped – told by one of their teachers, Sebastian Steiger. This is the first edition of the book in English, with a translation by Jocelyn Hoy. It's available in paperback from August 2017, with a ebook edition to follow in the autumn.

For full details of this and our other books visit our book publishing site Lexographic Press.

 

 

Healthcare Manager 33, Spring 2017

In the Spring 2017 issue of Healthcare Manager, one of the UK's top medical directors, Umesh Prabhu, makes a passionate case for the NHS to save money without cutting corners on quality of service. Alison Moore interviews Andrew Cannell, chief executive of the acclaimed Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, and journalist and change manager Matt Ross writes about the NHS's growing programme of "back office" mergers and warns the health service not to make the same mistakes as Whitehall. And editor and Lexographic partner Craig Ryan speaks to four leading NHS managers about how being active in their trade union has helped their careers. 

Healthcare Manager is edited, designed and produced by Lexographic on behalf of Managers in Partnership (MiP). It's published quarterly, in both print and digital editions, and has a circulation of around 7,000 senior managers in the NHS across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Lexographic also provides news and feature content for the MiP website.

ARC News 87, Feb-Mar 2017

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The latest issue of the magazine for members of the Association of Revenue and Customs (ARC), which represents the UK's senior tax officials. Produced bi-monthly in print and digital format, ARC News has a circulation of 2,500 senior managers, tax professionals, lawyers and accountants working for HM Revenue and Customs. ARC News is also available exclusively to ARC members from the new ARC website, which is also designed and managed by Lexographic.