Research & Development

At the heart of the CfWI work was the robust workforce planning framework (RWPF). The CfWI constantly reviewed and refined its approach to researching and interpreting data to improve the robustness of its findings. Latest thinking was shared through technical papers published in the technical papers section of the CfWI website.

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Research & Development at the CfWI

The R&D team reviewed the performance of the existing robust workforce planning framework and helped to drive progressive change to it by applying expert innovation and industry-wide best practice.

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CfWI technical paper series

The technical paper series covers issues such as an overview of our robust workforce planning framework and the framework's medical model description.

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Innovative research and development at the CfWI

This diagram illustrates some of the areas where we have added innovation to our Robust Workforce Planning Framework in the last year.

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The research and development team

A team of experts helped to shape the CfWI Research & Development outputs between 2013 and 2016.

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Simplified version of the CfWI Robust Workforce Planning Framework

View and download a simplified version of the CfWI Robust Workforce Planning Framework here.

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Scope of the CfWI research and development work - 2013 to 2016

Research and development activities strengthened the thinking, modelling and overall methodology that was used in the CfWI’s projects.

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The CfWI R&D team’s key achievements, 2013-16

Over the course of the last four years we have made a number of key achievements to improve our methodology.

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How the CfWI put research into practice

The R&D team has made changes to the research methods used in a number of workforce projects over the last four years.

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R&D Knowledge Sharing

The CfWI attended a number of meetings to share knowledge with key stakeholders and colleagues between 2013 and 2016.

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