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  1. A leading GP and one of England’s foremost health experts have been chosen to co-chair a new forum which will help oversee the delivery of the NHS Long Term Plan.

  2. Julian Hartley, a highly experienced leader, who is currently Chief Executive of Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, has been asked to lead the new workforce implementation plan for the NHS.

  3. NHS Improvement and NHS England have today announced who will lead on driving improvements in care and efficiency across the NHS.

  4. Senior leaders at NHS Improvement and NHS England have reaffirmed their commitment to race equality across the NHS’s workforce in a new strategy, that has been approved today, as a key driver for improving patient care and experience.

  5. We have today announced a new joint senior leadership team — the NHS Executive Group — with NHS England.

  6. Two members of our board have announced their departure from NHS Improvement.

  7. Three of our executive directors have announced they will be stepping down from their roles.

  8. Our Chief Executive and Chair offer their thoughts on this sad news.

  9. Joint response to a learning review looking into how the system responded to concerns about poor quality of care and poor trainee experience at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust (NMUH).

  10. We are delighted that Dr Kathy McLean, Executive Medical Director and Chief Operating Officer for NHS Improvement has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for her services to leadership across the NHS.

  11. We have published an independent review into leadership, behavioural, governance and cultural issues at Wirral University Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

  12. Four of the country’s most influential nursing figures including our own Executive Director of Nursing have joined forces to support a vital consultation on the future of the profession.

  13. The trust in North Cumbria has been removed from special measures in recognition of the major improvement in the services it offers patients. It is the last trust to exit the special measures regime which started following the Keogh Review.

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