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    Staffing matters: funding counts: workforce profile and trends in the English NHS

    Health care is labour intensive, regardless of the nature of the health system, its structural characteristics, levels and sources of funding, or political underpinnings. The effective delivery of care requires decisions to be made about how much funding to allocate to staffing and what mix of skills to ...

    In short supply: pay policy and nurse numbers

    In April 2017, the House of Lords Select Committee on the Long-Term Sustainability of the NHS concluded that the biggest internal threat to the sustainability of the NHS is the lack of a comprehensive national strategy to secure the NHS and care system the workforce it needs. This briefing, and its two s...

    Assessing future health workforce needs

    The choice of a strategy to assess the future health workforce (HW) is value-based and depends on what health outcomes and service objectives policy-makers have set.Various models, approaches and toolkits have been proposed and tried over the years by international agencies, as well as by individual coun...

    Health workforce innovation: accelerating private sector responses to the human resources for health crisis

    Issued by an international group of experts in health and private sector, this report stresses the importance of the private sector in responding to the HRH crisis and the need for further health workforce innovation, that increased the supply, improved the effectiveness of health workers.Recommendations...

    SUPPORT Tools for evidence-informed health Policymaking (STP). 3: setting priorities for supporting evidence-informed policymaking

    This article is part of a series written for people responsible for making decisions about health policies and programmes and for those who support these decision makers. Policymakers have limited resources for developing ? or supporting the development of ? evidence-informed policies and programmes. The...