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The Health Foundation responds to the Health Select Committee inquiry on nursing workforce.
Our submission sets out an overview of the shortfall of nurses, the impact of nurse training funding reforms including the apprenticeship levy and a focus on nurse retention and staffing levels.
The importance, challenges and prospects of taking work practices into account for healthcare quality improvement: Nursing work and patient status at a glance white boards
Published journal: Journal of Health Organization and Management
The NHS in England is facing a major shortage of nurses. The latest data shows a shortfall of approximately 30,000 nurses based on estimates of the number needed by the NHS.
The report also found high staff turnover and instability across the NHS, and a drop in the number of trainee nurses.