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New training programme for NHS staff

9th November 2012

A free training programme, which is funded by the Department of Health, has been launched to support NHS staff to ethically procure goods and services.

It has been developed in partnership with the BMA and the Ethical Trading Initiative with the training designed to support the Ethical Procurement for Health workbook launched in 2011. Together, they provide practical advice for healthcare buyers, helping them to identify poor labour standards and take action through the procurement process and engagement with suppliers.


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Article Information

Title: New training programme for NHS staff
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 23131
Date Added: 9th Nov 2012


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