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NECS achieves CMI chartered accreditation for its management consultancy programme

David Miller (david.miller5@nhs.net), Consultant for the NECS Consultancy Team in Yorkshire, discusses how specialist NHS management consultants, NECS Consultancy, became the UK’s first public sector organisation to achieve Chartered Management…

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Tolerance and work-life balance

Laurel Bajic (pictured) Consultant Project Manager for NECS, shares her experiences of tolerance and work-life balance in her blog below. Recently I been reflecting on the theme of tolerance. Tolerance…

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Lifting our spirits during lockdown

Holly Crabtree, Senior Analyst for NECS Consultancy explains how the team have come together to support each other during Covid-19. I had just returned home from a (short-lived) trip to…

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Gold Command in Manchester during Covid-19 pandemic

Eram Hussain, from the NECS Consultancy team talks about her time working with Gold Command in Manchester during Covid-19 pandemic. Coronavirus… I was at home when I heard about it.…

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My career break experience

Go back 30 years and the subject of career breaks and juggling work life balance was something of a taboo subject. So much so it was often met with wariness,…

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The Population Health Iceberg and the Role for PCNs

In our latest blog, Neil Stevenson, NECS Project Manager talks about Primary Care Networks and how they are responding to COVID-19. A key element for PCNs is a focus on…

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