In-depth review of the psychiatrist workforce: Main report – Centre for workforce Intelligence (CFWI) [UK] – November 2014

Posted on November 13, 2014. Filed under: Medicine, Mental Health Psychi Psychol, Workforce | Tags: , |

In-depth review of the psychiatrist workforce: Main report – Centre for workforce Intelligence (CFWI) [UK] – November 2014

“The Centre for Workforce Intelligence (CfWI) was commissioned by the Department of Health (DH) and Health Education England (HEE) to conduct an in-depth review of the psychiatrist workforce in England, with a particular focus on fully trained psychiatrists with a certificate of completion of training (‘CCT holders’)
who typically are employed as consultants.

The review considered demand and supply for CCT holders in the six psychiatry specialties:

general adult psychiatry
psychiatry of old age
child and adolescent psychiatry
forensic psychiatry
psychiatry of learning disability, and
medical psychotherapy.

Please note that a technical report has been published alongside this main report. This provides additional information concerning the wider mental health workforce, psychiatry training, the psychiatrist workforce, and the data and assumptions the CfWI used in its modelling of the psychiatrist workforce.”

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