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More GPs are needed, but there are concerns about retaining the existing workforce quite apart from recruiting new doctors. This survey of GP principals in the Northern deanery aged over 45, identified factors potentially encouraging them to take early retirement (before 60) or to work on beyond...
This commentary surveys the current arguments for and against modifying the work of doctors and nurses by placing the main viewpoints - substitution and diversification - within the policy background, particularly that of the UK. We discuss the forces for modification: cost effectiveness,...
This paper presents the findings of a qualitative study, based on interviews with over 130 nurses and midwives in four London Trust hospitals on: the main factors influencing nurse satisfaction and retention; empirical support for the robustness of a conceptual framework or model "the nurse...
Patient and user involvement is central to current government thinking on the NHS. More comprehensive approaches to organised community participation and community development have received less support and examples of effective and genuine participation in key areas such as primary care...
High turnover amongst middle managers in organisations can lead to strategic instability as well as operational issues. Since the advent of the NHS internal market flatter management structures have led to middle managers being given more responsibilities along with larger spans of control. This...
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