Health Service Journal
(HSJ) is a weekly news print title and website on the British National Health Service
, healthcare management
and health policy.
Commercially published by EMAP
, HSJ shares a news team with Nursing Times
, and has an average circulation
of almost 18,000 copies, most of which is by subscription.
HSJ.co.uk is the magazine's subscription-only website, to which users can have access as online-only subscribers or alongside a print subscription. The website expands on the printed content with extra news, analysis, opinion and debate. HSJ subscribers can add to the debate by contributing comments to news stories.
HSJ has a dedicated jobs site for positions across the health service, including executive-level, governance, information technology, finance, education and commissioning roles.
HSJ also produces conferences that cover pressing issues in healthcare management, delivering practical guidance and topical discussion. Big annuals include the Leadership Forum, Clinical Coding Best Practice Forum and NHS Governance, and feature key figures in the health service such as health secretary Andrew Lansley, NHS chief executive Sir David Nicholson and NHS medical director Professor Sir Bruce Keogh.
HSJ Fundamentals seminars fall into the conferences group and is a series of learning seminars for NHS colleagues and partners to develop the knowledge and skills for a reformed NHS.