The NHS and social care workforce
Adequate funding and a strategic, long-term approach to planning are needed to ensure a sufficient and skilled workforce
The UK has an ageing population with more complex health needs. This means the NHS needs to provide more health care, and therefore employ enough people, in the right roles, working as effectively as possible.
Our research and analysis of the issues around workforce aim to inform policymaking and ensure the debate is evidence-based and focused on the future.
This report analyses the profile and trends of the NHS workforce. It also focuses on two pressure points: the impact of the removal of the NHS bursary on student nurse numbers, and staff retention.
The third and final Health Foundation briefing ahead of the 2017 General Election considers the steps that might be needed to make sure the NHS and social care in England have enough of the right peop...
This report examines the current position with regard to two of the most important issues in workforce policy: nurse numbers and staffing standards; and pay policy. These pose both immediate and long-...
This report examines the profile and features of the NHS workforce in England, including; health labour market trends; relevant international data and comparisons from other countries; and a series of...
This report gives an overview of the components of workforce policy in the English NHS and the bodies which shape it. The report proposes ways in which workforce policy could be strengthened to improv...
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