Ann Adams, Edward Lugsden
British Journal of Healthcare Management, Vol. 6, Iss. 2, 01 Feb 2000, pp 65 - 70
There is currently a lot of pressure within the NHS to make skill-mix changes, but guidance about how to do it is lacking. This paper examines different approaches used by eight trusts with a reputation for innovation in staffing and skill mix. A summary of ‘best practice’ is presented, and also a model for thinking about and implementing skill-mix changes.
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