Back to the future?
HEALTH

Back to the future?

By Michael Burton | 22 July 2024

The new health and care secretary Wes Streeting sees addressing the social determinants of poor health as a priority in reforming the NHS. We have been here before with health and wellbeing boards ...

SOCIAL CARE

Care hit by lack of collaboration

By Martin Ford | 18 July 2024

A lack of collaboration between local government and health services is impacting on people’s car...

AI

AI – progress to a local government future

By Paul Marinko | 16 July 2024

Following a discussion last year on what AI promised for the councils of the future, The MJ and P...

SOCIAL CARE

Discharge rush heaps pressure on councils

By Martin Ford | 16 July 2024

A rush to discharge hospital patients is heaping more pressure on social care services, according...

GENERAL ELECTION

Leaders call on Labour to act on social care

By Lee Peart | 05 July 2024

Local government leaders have called on Labour to act to save social care following the party's t...

GENERAL ELECTION

Now is the time for governing in both poetry and prose

By Michael Burton | 03 July 2024

In all the key socio-economic challenges local government has a key role, and the new administrat...

FINANCE

The reality behind the pledges

26 June 2024

A week ahead of the General Election, The MJ delves into the manifestos of the three main parties...

SOCIAL CARE

Care's golden opportunity after the polls

By Anna Hemmings | 25 June 2024

Anna Hemmings says ADASS will concentrate on working with the new Government to stabilise adult s...

HEALTH

Promises, promises

By Lee Peart | 25 June 2024

The main three political parties’ manifestos were big on promises for health and social care but ...

FINANCE

Removing the local barriers that stop older people from flourishing

By Natalie Turner | 20 June 2024

In the context of councils’ need to make cost savings, Natalie Turner looks at how local authorit...

SOCIAL CARE

Big questions over Labour's intentions

By Heather Jameson | 19 June 2024

Heather Jameson asks what a Labour super majority would mean for local government policy.

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frederica-diamanta

Executive Director (Place)

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Premium jobNottinghamshire is a great place to live and work. Apply for this job

Nottinghamshire County Council

Head of Integrated Commissioning & System Development

£67,290 - £70,710

As a borough we are determined to provide outstanding physical and mental health and care services. Apply for this job

Royal Borough of Greenwich

Director of Resources

£84,000pa

Help us improve the quality of town life for all generations. Apply for this job

Chippenham Town Council