Healthcare science: Workforce risks and opportunities – education commissioning risks summary from 2012 – Centre for Workforce Intelligence [UK] – November 2012

Posted on November 21, 2012. Filed under: Pathology, Workforce | Tags: , |

Healthcare science: Workforce risks and opportunities – education commissioning risks summary from 2012 – Centre for Workforce Intelligence [UK] – November 2012

“This report describes the key issues facing the healthcare science workforce over the next three years, including:

•considerations for future requirements
•current and forecast supply
•an annex detailing training pathways, recruitment issues and employment data for different healthcare science specialisms.

The aim of this work is to support local decisions on future education and training commissioning, made through consultation between the education and training commissioner and employers.

This is one of 40 reports produced by the CfWI in 2012 detailing the education commissioning risks for 77 professions.”

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Extraordinary you – [UK] science in healthcare celebrates the careers of healthcare scientists – 18 July 2010

Posted on July 21, 2010. Filed under: Health Professions, Pathology | Tags: |

Extraordinary you – [UK] science in healthcare celebrates the careers of healthcare scientists – 18 July 2010

 Author: Department of Health
 Pages: 61

“Extraordinary you: science in healthcare celebrates the careers of healthcare scientists working across the NHS. The book profiles the wide range of pioneering work of nearly 100 individual healthcare scientists working across the specialisms, to inspire people about the role of healthcare science and to encourage others to join the profession.”

Download Extraordinary you (PDF, 8151K)

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