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Appears in Collections:Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport Research Reports
Peer Review Status: Unrefereed
Title: Community Nurse Workforce Planning Project
Author(s): Smith, Annetta
Morrison, Helen
Walsh, Michael
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Citation: Smith A, Morrison H & Walsh M (2011) Community Nurse Workforce Planning Project. NHS Highland. University of Stirling and NHS Highland.
Keywords: Community workforce planning
Action research
Soft systems methodology
Issue Date: Nov-2011
Date Deposited: 17-Sep-2012
Publisher: University of Stirling and NHS Highland
Abstract: The purpose of this project was to explore the potential for developing a flexible and innovative approach to community workforce planning that took account of the synergies between community health needs and the expertise and skill sets of community nurses. Workshops were held with community nurses in three localities within NHS Highland in 2010 and at the beginning of 2011. Information that emerged from the workshops provided a picture of the responsibilities and activities that community nurses are engaged in, as well as some of the challenges of delivering a service across the diverse localities in NHS Highland. In May 2011 a wider stakeholder workshop was held, facilitated by one of the NMSH CHP general managers. The workshop considered the findings of the project to date, and proposed some changes. These changes were incorporated into the final report.
Type: Research Report
Rights: Commissioned by NHS Highland.
Affiliation: Health Sciences Research - W Isles - LEGACY
NHS Highland
People Centred Healthcare Management - LEGACY

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