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The warning lights for care quality now glow even more brightly

Blog post 06/11/2015Nigel Edwards | Richard Taunt

The NHS has been unable to reverse the trends of deteriorating access to hospital, mental health and social care services, and has simultaneously suffered from growing staff disengagement and vacancy rates.

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Annual statement 2014: Quality of care getting worse in several services

Press release 10/10/2014

Some significant improvements in the quality of healthcare made over the past decade are starting to go into reverse, our report finds.

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Pressures on A&E: a front line perspective

Blog post 23/07/2014Dr Jay Banerjee

Emergency care consultant Dr Jay Banerjee argues that A&E departments require robust leadership and astute resourcing to respond to the populations they serve.

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NHS staff survey: Signs of stress?

Blog post 15/04/2014Ian Blunt

Ian Blunt, Nuffield Trust, explores new analysis into the levels of NHS staff reporting work related-stress as the reason for feeling unwell.

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With every silver lining – a little bit of cloud

Blog post 17/03/2014Dr Elizabeth Fisher

Dr Elizabeth Fisher explores the impact of the Nicholson Challenge and Francis Inquiry on NHS staffing levels.

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NHS Mutual: engaging staff and aligning incentives to achieve higher levels of performance

Report 01/07/2009Jo Ellins | Professor Chris Ham CBE

This report looks at the factors that drive staff engagement in the health service and examines various models of employee ownership.

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Workforce: Analysing trends and policy issues for the future health workforce

Briefing 01/12/1999

Charlotte Dargie looks at the system for planning the number of medical and nursing staff in the UK.

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