We provide workforce intelligence to the health and social care system to inform their decisions. This intelligence spans the 'here and now' through leadership, to planning the workforce in 10 to 20 years' time through the use of foresight techniques. Find out about the our projects and the outputs from some examples of our work below.

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Shape of the medical workforce: medical fact and summary sheets

Medical specialty recommendations fact and summary sheets, part of the Shape of the medical workforce: Informing medical specialty training numbers report

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Workforce risks and opportunities – education commissioning risks summary reports

An alphabetical list of the CfWI 2012 Workforce risks and opportunities (WRO) reports

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Workforce risks and opportunities: Healthcare science

A status report on the healthcare science WRO project.

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Information architecture

The Information Architecture Project interim report and the latest map of information architecture are available to download.

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Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP)

The CfWI is supporting the workforce QIPP process providing cohesion between bottom-up and top-down projections and plans.

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Maternity

The CfWI is supporting the Department of Health maternity workforce planning.

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Social Worker Supply and Demand

The CfWI is looking at social worker supply and demand.

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Recommended data sources and collections

Accurate data is critical for successful workforce modelling - the CfWI is mapping and reviewing what information is available, and has identified more than 60 data sources and collections to date.

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Recommended workforce models

The CfWI has developed a simple set of metrics for helping users to select workforce planning models, and to help model developers improve model quality.

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Older people

The CfWI is looking at the workforce impact and considerations around the changing care for older people with complex and/or multiple needs. This project will benefit clinicians, managers, workforce planners, and others involved in service redesign at local, regional and national levels.

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