Welcome to the CfWI website

The CfWI is a key contributor to the planning of future workforce requirements for health, public health and social care in England. We are commissioned by the Department of Health, as well as Health Education England and Public Health England, to look at specific workforce groups and pathways, and to provide materials, tools and resources to inform workforce planning policy decisions at a national and local level.

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The CfWI to join Workforce Village at NHS Confederation Annual Conference

The CfWI will be exhibiting at this year's NHS Confederation Annual Conference as part of the NHS Workforce Village.

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The CfWI and Chartered Institute of Environmental Health unveil new public health project

The CfWI has been commissioned by Public Health England and the Department of Health to work with the Chartered Institute of Environment Health to work on the review.

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New report looks at coordinated care and support for children and young people

The new report from National Voices and Think Local Act Personal provides a narrative for person-centred, coordinated care and support for children and young people with complex lives.

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The CfWI unveils 2014/15 Annual Review

The CfWI has published an online anthology highlighting work carried out over the 12 months.

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From the publications

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Public health scientist stocktake

The CfWI was commissioned to carry out a review of the diverse range of scientists working within Public Health England.

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The public health knowledge and intelligence workforce: A study

The CfWI was commissioned to carry out a study of the public health knowledge and intelligence workforce to help build a clearer understanding of this workforce.

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Modelling the effect of multimorbidity on the demand for health services in England - Technical paper

Commissioned by Public Health England (PHE) and the Department of Health (DH), this technical paper is helping the CfWI to better understand the prevalence of multimorbidity in England and the impact on health service demand.

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In-depth review of the acute medical care workforce

The CfWI was commissioned by the Department of Health and Health Education England to determine the supply of CCT holders, or equivalent, needed to provide the same level of acute medical care by 2033, per capita, as today, for England.

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