British Journal of Healthcare Management

Founded in 1995, British Journal of Healthcare Management is the leading monthly journal focusing on management and leadership trends as they affect the healthcare sector. The landscape of healthcare is changing, and those changes demand that healthcare managers uncover new levels of innovation and efficiency. British Journal of Healthcare Management is committed to giving healthcare managers the latest information so that they can better help healthcare providers balance quality of care and affordability.

Subscribing will enable you to:

  • Access peer-reviewed management articles with interviews, analysis and comment
  • Access clinical reviews that help managers improve patient outcomes and optimum cost-effectiveness
  • Stay ahead with the latest developments in healthcare technology and advances in medicines

The editor says:

"Every issue of British Journal of Healthcare Management provides NHS managers with crucial insights into healthcare provision. Filled with financial, clinical, legal and management advice, every article is written and reviewed by a prestigious editorial board, drawing on a wealth of knowledge and experience, to help readers enhance service delivery."
Hope Brotherton
Editor, British Journal of Healthcare Management
 

Institutional subscriptions. Click here for information regarding our institutional rates for universities and private or public companies.