Charts and infographics on health and social care sustainability Our latest data visualisations on NHS finances and funding, social care, workforce and efficiency and productivity
We produce charts and infographics to illustrate some of the key trends and issues in health and social care sustainability. You may also be interested in our Chart of the month series.
Analysis by Nursing Standard and the Health Foundation shows a quarter of all nursing students are leaving or suspending their degrees before graduation.
Thinking local and global: exploring the UK’s reliance on international nurses and the impact of COVID-19
The unprecedented pressures caused by COVID-19 have highlighted the central importance of registered nurses to health and social care services. The pandemic has also further exposed the current shortf...
This update gives revised estimates for the social care funding gap and sets out how and why our estimates have changed over time.
Even before the pandemic, staffing was the biggest single challenge for the sector in England. High and increasing staff turnover rates – the proportion of staff leaving their roles in the previous 12...
The NHS faces a workforce shortfall of over 115,000 full-time equivalent staff in England this year, with the outlook in the social care sector even more concerning. These charts examine historical tr...
June 2019 chart of the month. As a share of GDP, the UK spends far less on capital in health care than comparable OECD countries.
April 2019 chart of the month. The divergence between growth in staff numbers and the amount being done in the health service means increased workload and pressure on staff.
January 2019 Chart of the Month. Between 1997 and 2016, productivity across the UK NHS grew by 20%, at an average of around 1% per year.
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