A decisive decade – mapping the future NHS Workforce – Royal College of Nursing – July 2011

Posted on August 8, 2011. Filed under: Nursing, Workforce | Tags: |

A decisive decade – mapping the future NHS Workforce – Royal College of Nursing – July 2011

“Introduction

This interim report is taken from the forthcoming Royal College of Nursing Labour Market Review (LMR) 2011. This looks at the challenges facing nursing and the nursing workforce across the UK in 2011 which we believe are the greatest for a generation.

In order to shed some light on the current and future status of NHS nursing, this report examines different possible scenarios of the supply of NHS nurses in England over the next ten years. This scenario analysis enables us to examine a number of “what if” situations and model their effects on the NHS nursing workforce in England, allowing the examination of potential future changes, such as changes in retirement decisions, or the numbers of new nurses being trained.

This is an initial excerpt from the forthcoming LMR. While the LMR will contain more contextual information, this initial report highlights the main findings from scenario modelling.”

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