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That this House welcomes the unprecedented breadth of the NHS Together campaign being organised by Amicus, the British Dietetic Association, the British Association of Occupational Therapists, the British and Irish Orthoptic Society, the British Medical Association, the Community and District Nursing Association, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, the GMB, the Hospital Consultants' and Specialists' Association, Managers in Partnership, the Royal College of Midwives, the Royal College of Nursing, the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists, the Society of Radiographers, the Transport and General Workers' Union, the Trades Union Congress and Unison; shares the campaign's concern that NHS staff are not always getting proper recognition for their role in using the much-needed and very welcome additional resources for the NHS to help secure the many real improvements in patient care of recent years; believes the Government should respond to its concerns that budget cuts in some NHS trusts are threatening jobs and patients, that there has been too much top down and untested change and reorganisation that has not involved NHS staff, and that fragmentation in the NHS is hindering the ability of health professionals to provide the best possible patient care; recognises that effective change in the NHS must fully involve NHS staff and their unions, and therefore welcomes the lobby of Parliament organised for 1st November 2006; and urges the Government to take the necessary steps to involve NHS staff in the management of change and improvement in the NHS.
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