1. New staff roles for a healthier Scotland

    (Guest blogger)
    22 Jun 2016
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    Theresa Fyffe, Director of the Royal College of Nursing Scotland, outlines how NHS staff are adapting to new ways of caring for patients in the Scottish NHS. 

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  2. Embracing change for nurses

    (Guest blogger)
    20 May 2016
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    Lisa Bayliss-Pratt of Health Education England reflects on the changing nature of nursing and the opportunities offered by new roles. 

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  3. How new roles can strengthen general practice

    (Guest blogger)
    18 May 2016
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    Dr Mike Holmes shares learning from his experience implementing new professional roles into his GP practice in Hull. 

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  4. Thinking differently about the cancer workforce

    (Guest blogger)
    18 May 2016
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    Moira Fraser, Director of Policy at Macmillan Cancer Support, outlines some of the work Macmillan are doing to experiment with new cancer support roles. 

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  5. How new staff skills can deliver better care for patients

    17 May 2016
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    Candace Imison examines the opportunities we identified in our new report to reduce the gap between the skills of staff and the needs of patients. 

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  6. The workforce planning debate is long overdue

    (Guest blogger)
    16 May 2016
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    Danny Mortimer, Chief Executive of NHS Employers, reflects on why lessons that have emerged from our new report on NHS workforce has been long overdue. 

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