TITLE

NHS staff queue up to join training

AUTHOR(S)
Lloyd, Tom
PUB. DATE
May 2004
SOURCE
IT Training;May2004, Project management p16
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The University College London Hospitals Trust (UCLH) in London, England is offering project management training to IT and other staff to prepare for the rollout of an electronic patient records system. The project manager could be a dying breed. In the competitive world of modern business, few companies can afford to employ staff with the sole responsibility of making sure projects flow smoothly. Instead, businesses are looking to equip their specialist staff with project management skills, so enabling them to deal with whatever projects come their way. The UCLH Trust is one of the largest in the country, covering 25 square miles of London, including eight hospitals and employing over 6,000 people. INSETS: Project overview;Profile.
ACCESSION #
13135798

 

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