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West Midlands FSD “ The Changing NHS Landscape – what you need to know”

The webinar will address the key issues that finance staff will need to consider before applying for and taking on a new role. The webinar will be lead by Paul Taylor who will give a picture of the current issues across the region as well as provide a national perspective.
Recorded Jul 3 2012 50 mins
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