- Low-rent plan to boost NHS hiring. // Personnel Today;3/5/2002, p3
Reports the low-rent plan of the English National Health Service to boost recruitment and retention of staff in London. Need for more nurses; Launch of housing programs.
- The Cumberlege report. Cumberlege, Baroness // Medeconomics;Aug2002, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p16
Presents opinion of the author on viability of appointment strategy adopted in Great Britain. Appointment of public commissioner for conducting public appointments; Criticism of the National Health Service appointment system.
- Board design leaked. // Pulse;7/6/2011, Vol. 71 Issue 24, p6
The article reports on the plan of the National Health Service (NHS) Commissioning Board to add about 3,500 staff which will be assigned to work with general practitioners (GPs) board in 2011.
- Mind the gap: the extent of the NHS nursing shortage. Finlayson, Belinda; Dixon, Jennifer; Meadows, Sandra; Blair, George // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);9/7/2002, Vol. 325 Issue 7363, p538
Comments on the efforts of the National Health Service of Great Britain to recruit and retain nursing and midwifery staff. Problem of high turnover rates, low pay for workers, and low morale; Impact of the problem in inner cities and teaching trusts; Registration of graduate nurses to practice.
- Mind the gap: the policy response to the NHS nursing shortage. Finlayson, Belinda; Dixon, Jennifer; Meadows, Sandra; Blair, George // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);9/7/2002, Vol. 325 Issue 7363, p541
Comments on efforts of the government of Great Britain to begin local and national initiatives to address problems of recruiting and retaining nursing staff. Efforts of universities to fill places on nursing diploma and degree courses; Recruitment of students from abroad; Workforce development...
- NHS has turned corner, says Milburn. Ward, Seamus // Public Finance;4/4/2003, p8
Reports on the increase in the funding of the National Health Service (NHS) for employing new staff and additional drug prescribing in Great Britain. Increase in the rate of drug prescription; Improvement of the access to and the quality of services in the NHS; Allocation of budget for...
- Health trusts take to web to fill nursing vacancies. Willmott, Ben // Personnel Today;8/20/2002, p7
Reports the use of online recruitment system among National Health Service trusts to fill nursing vacancies in London, England. Benefits of the online recruitment system; Features of the online system; Implications for existing human resources practice for recruitment and retention staff.
- Polish dentists recruited for Scottish patients. // British Dental Journal;11/12/2005, Vol. 199 Issue 9, p557
Reports on the recruitment of thirty-two dentists by the Great Britain National Health Services (NHS) to work within for Scottish patients in Scotland. Total number of patients who are scheduled to work in Scotland in January 2006; Date when the contract was finalized; Claim of the British...
- NHS will need 100,000 more doctors to meet working hour rules. Joseph, Colin // Public Finance;06/15/2001-06/21/2001, p10
Reports on the warning aired by the British Medical Association on the budget needed by the government for recruiting enough doctors to meet European Union rules on working hours. Cutting of physicians' work hours; Necessity of doubling the number of physicians in the National Health Service.