Planning and developing the NHS workforce: the national framework – UK – 29 March 2010

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Planning and developing the NHS workforce: the national framework – UK – 29 March 2010

Document type: Report
Author: [UK] Department of Health
Published date: 29 March 2010
Pages: 42

“This document, together with those on education commissioning for quality and PCT assurance are designed to support SHAs in leading the debate about the future shape of services and what this means for workforce skills, competences, numbers and locations.”

Download Planning and developing the NHS workforce: The national framework (PDF, 1119K)

The Centre for Workforce Intelligence

New organisation to help transform NHS and social care workforce planning – UK Dept of Health – 30 March 2010
 
“A new organisation is being set up to help NHS and social care bodies plan their workforce around delivering more productive and people centred care, Health Minister Ann Keen announced today.
 
The Centre for Workforce Intelligence will help the NHS and social care system plan their workforces around shifting resources to the frontline, removing bureaucracy and moving care from hospitals into homes and the community.
 
The commitment to form the Centre was made after a review into the future of the NHS workforce in 2008, ‘A High Quality Workforce’, highlighted the need for an organisation to provide leadership on the quality of workforce planning across the health and social care system.”
 
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