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British Journal of Healthcare Management

British Journal of Healthcare Management (BJHCM) is the independent monthly journal which is essential reading for all health service managers, policymakers, influencers and commentators.

Launched in 1995, BJHCM mixes peer-reviewed management articles with interviews, analysis and comment to bring you a sharp, topical and valuable insight into what's happening in and around the NHS.

To reflect the way that the NHS is changing, the journal has recently received a major face-lift and several new features now appear alongside BJHCM's excellent state-of-the-art review articles and celebrated columnists.

Ensure that you keep up-to-date with the latest NHS management thinking by taking out a subscription to BJHCM.

Take out a paper subscription through this website and save 10% on an annual subscription. Alternatively, subscribe to BJHCM's online archive to access all articles published in the journal since 1998, as well as hundreds of new articles included during the year.

Regular features in BJHCM include:

The Reconfiguration Debate

This section gives healthcare managers, MPs and local politicians the opportunity to put forward a case for change in local services.

My Way

Each issue a senior NHS manager will discuss the key moments of change or transformation in his or her career.

The Regulators

Regular columns presenting the latest views of the three principal health regulators - NICE, the Healthcare Commission and Monitor.

Medicine for Managers

Expert clinical articles to help non-medically trained healthcare managers understand the issues behind their decisions.

Review Articles

In-depth review articles on the latest issues and thinking surrounding the management of the NHS.

Columnists

Nicholas Timmins, Public Policy Editor, Financial Times
Andrew Roth, Author and Journalist
Alan Maynard, Professor of Health Economics, University of York
John Appleby, Chief Economist, Health Policy, King's Fund