NHS Tees medicines management team was awarded first place in the medicines management category at this year's Health Service Journal Efficiency Awards.
What does HSJ stand for?
HSJ stands for Health Service Journal
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- High Speed Interface/SNA
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- Human Systems Integration Symposium
- Hardware Software Integration Test
- How Sad Is That?
- Haile Selassie I University (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)
- High Speed Induction Unit
- Human Systems Integration Working Group
- Heat Solubilized Human Zonae Pellucidae
- Hemingway Society of Japan
- Henry S. Jacobs Camp
- Hey! Say! Jump (Japanese idol group)
- History San Jose (California)
- Hmong Studies Journal
- Hop, Step, Jump
- Hydrological Sciences Journal (International Association of Hydrological Sciences)
- Hynix Semiconductor Japan (Tokyo, Japan)
- HoofBeats Show Jumping Association
- Hemet-San Jacinto Association of Realtors (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
LIVERPOOL Community Health NHS Trust (LCH) has been shortlisted as a finalist in the prestigious Health Service Journal (HSJ) awards.
All 23 junior doctors involved said they would not recommend others to train at the trust and would not wish to apply for a consultant post at the pounds 420m acute trust, according to the Health Service Journal.
According to the Health Service Journal, Lansley said: "I may have been secretary of state at the time but I still had a Sunday evening where I was trying to find him in the hospital that he had been taken to by an ambulance, and that took me about an hour and a half.
It is one of only eight trusts - and the only one in Yorkshire - to make the list of finalists for the Health Service Journal (HSJ) Acute Healthcare Organisation of the Year category.
The report, seen by the Health Service Journal (HSJ), recommends a range of possible actions such as a recruitment freeze starting in the next two years, a reduction in medical school places from October, and an early retirement programme to encourage older GPs and community nurses to stand down, to make way for "new blood/talent".
Only a handful of primary care trusts (PCTs) were passing on funds in line with the Department of Health's "fair shares" guidelines for equitable distribution, according to figures released to the Health Service Journal under freedom of information legislation.
The Health Service Journal said it had seen official figures on the prescribing rates of primary care trusts.