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Prof Jane Ball
Researching healthcare workforce: and effective workforce management. Deputy Head of School (Research & Enterprise)
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Peter Griffiths 8h
Here is that U-shaped curve and the reference
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Prof Jane Ball 9h
Is this plan (put forward by ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ ) what we need to enable supply for ?
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Prof Jane Ball 10h
Will policy makers /DHSC/govt be taking forward the actions put forward here, to ensure nursing workforce supply sufficient to enable safe ? Views?
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Prof Jane Ball 10h
“Developing workforce safeguards” NHS Improvement report
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Prof Jane Ball 10h
We need to design the workforce based on what is NEEDED not what we’ve already got. Says
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Prof Jane Ball 10h
. presents policy in England. Is it working? Has it changed? What would it take to make safe a reality, not just a vision?
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Elaine Maxwell 10h
⁩ no ⁦⁩ funded research on the psychological support staff need when things go wrong
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Prof Jane Ball 10h
... and the need to get the evidence & message across to board colleagues re critical importance of staffing to patient safety. Cut through the ‘glazing over’ response often faced by DoNs when start to talk about
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Prof Jane Ball 10h
Our research showed increase in missed care (by 10%) increases mortality by 16%. Supports a pathway that explains possible causal link betwee RN staffing and outcomes.
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Prof Jane Ball 11h
“Adding assistants to nursing workforce might make outcomes worse. Why is that?” New research findings.
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Prof Jane Ball 11h
It’s not just about numbers says Leadership, culture, environment key. But they are complements to adequate workforce - not substitutes for it.
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Prof Jane Ball 11h
Colleague Prof Peter Griffiths focuses on ‘workforce epidemiology’: how structural features (health workforce) impacts on patient outcomes.
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Lara Carmona 11h
". has a continued interest in funding high-quality research in workforce, inside and outside of hospitals"
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Shaun Lintern 17h
New report stresses link between nurses and safety
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Prof Jane Ball 11h
Good research evidence on staffing says - some of which that commissioned in response to the evidence gaps highlighted by review to support guidance.
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Prof Jane Ball 17h
Looking forward to being at the launch of this publication today - a timely round up of what’s known (and not known) about ward staffing.
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Prof Jane Ball Mar 22
Decent Working Time: “arrangements that promote health & safety; are “family-friendly”; promote gender equality; advance the productivity & competitiveness of enter- prises; facilitate worker choice & influence over their hours of work”
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Michael Carter Mar 21
How many universities give their student nurses the opportunity to do an actual proper research project for their dissertations? Is this something educators need to think a bit more seriously about?
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Prof Jane Ball Mar 22
Good to see our research on 12 hour shifts cited in this ⁦⁦⁩ briefing on ‘decent working time’ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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