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RCN South East Region

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  • Patricia Marquis Patricia Marquis 29 Nov 2017

    Pay: putting you in the picture

    We’d waited all summer for Jeremy Hunt to say the words “The cap has been scrapped”. All those postcards, all of the campaigning had worked it was a huge sense of achievement. It would not have gone without OUR campaign. But, looking at your pay slip you may be confused. Nothing’s changed.

  • Di Francis Di Francis 28 Nov 2017

    Everything's looking happy in Hampshire

    Hampshire and the Isle of Wight STP is another huge footprint with a population of more than two million and multiple service providers.

  • Jane Febers Jane Febers 14 Nov 2017

    Why big isn't always better

    It is always very interesting to know what goes on “behind the scenes”. In our first blog about BOB we spoke about the problems caused by the sheer size of the area they are trying to cover… a recent conversation with one of the STP leads just backs that up!

  • Adele Longley Adele Longley 13 Nov 2017

    Getting to the heart of the matter

    Surrey Heartlands STP seems to be making great progress in doing what it needs to do. It launched a new website early this month where is claims to be “working together – doctors, nurses, other clinicians and staff – in partnership with local residents and patients to improve health and care services for local people.” But is it really?

  • Patricia Marquis Patricia Marquis 4 Oct 2017

    We need to talk about BOB

    BOB – sounds friendly enough, but this is a huge STP covering Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West.

  • Sarah Dodsworth Sarah Dodsworth 19 Sep 2017

    STPs in the South East

    STPs – what are they and what will they mean to you? If you don’t know or feel confused, you aren’t alone.