The future is ours: Women, automation and equality in the digital age – Institute for Public Policy Research

Automation will produce significant productivity gains that will reshape specific sectors and occupations. These gains are likely to be recirculated, with jobs reallocated rather than eliminated, economic output increased, and new sources of wealth created. The problem is likely to

A 21st century skills system for Wales: Challenges and opportunities – Institute for Public Policy Research

Wales is at the centre of a number of significant disruptions likely to bring long-term changes for its people and economy. Some of these are global in nature, such as automation and technological change. Some affect the whole UK –

Memorandum of Understanding On the role of the National Adviser on LGBT Health – Government Equalities Office , Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and NHS England

This Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) sets out matters agreed between the Government Equalities Office (GEO), the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and NHS England in relation to the role, function and responsibilities of the National Adviser on LGBT

Gender Diversity in AI Research – Nesta

Lack of gender diversity in the artificial intelligence (AI) workforce is raising growing concerns. Our analysis shows that there is a gender diversity gap in AI research, in a larger and more comprehensive corpus than those which have been used

HSC (2000) 006: Professions supplementary to medicine: employment of practitioners in the NHS and social services departments – NHS Executive

This guidance consolidates previous advice concerning the restriction of employment of all practitioners of the professions supplementary to medicine. It also asks you to verify registration.

EL (88) P 82 : Junior Hospital and Medical Staff Hours of Work and “Achieving an Balance” Safety Net Review – Department of Health and Social Security

EL (88) P 82 : Junior Hospital and Medical Staff Hours of Work and “Achieving an Balance” Safety Net Review

EL (88) P 85 : Nursing Pay: Relativities Between the New Clinical Grades and Clinical Tutors and Certain Other Senior Nurses – Department of Health and Social Security

EL (88) P 85 : Nursing Pay: Relativities Between the New Clinical Grades and Clinical Tutors and Certain Other Senior Nurses – Department of Health and Social Security  

EL (88) P 86: Executive Letter (Formerly Statistical Memoradum) A) NHS Non-medical Manpower Quarterly Count (30 June 1988) B) Manpower Aggregated Return KM42 (30 June 1988) – Department of Health and Social Security

Executive Letter (Formerly Statistical Memoradum) A) NHS Non-medical Manpower Quarterly Count (30 June 1988) B) Manpower Aggregated Return KM42 (30 June 1988)

National training surveys 2019: initial findings report – General Medical Council

More than 75,000 doctors in training and trainers took part in this year’s GMC surveys. This initial findings report outlines the key trends across the UK. These clearly show that system pressures continue to affect training environments: Almost a third

Health in the workplace: Patterns of sickness absence, employer support and employment retention: Background information and methodology – Department for Work and Pensions and Department of Health and Social Care

This publication contributes to the comprehensive evidence base supporting the work and health consultation “Health is everyone’s business: proposals to reduce ill-health related job loss”. This publication provides detailed analysis of: the characteristics of people experiencing long-term sickness absence (LTSA)

Health is everyone’s business: Proposals to reduce ill health-related job loss – Department for Work and Pensions and Department of Health and Social Care

This consultation seeks views on different ways in which government and employers can take action to reduce ill health-related job loss. Disabled people and people with long-term health conditions are at greater risk of falling out of work.  The proposals aim

Health in the workplace: patterns of sickness absence, employer support and employment retention – Department for Work and Pensions and Department of Health and Social Care

This publication contributes to the comprehensive evidence base supporting the work and health consultation “Health is everyone’s business: proposals to reduce ill-health related job loss”.  This publication provides detailed analysis of: the characteristics of people experiencing long-term sickness absence (LTSA) (sickness

Independent Evaluation Report for the GP Retention Intensive Support Sites (GPRISS) Programme – NHS England and NHS Improvement

This evaluation was commissioned by NHS England and NHS Improvement to provide an independent evaluation of the impact of running multiple interventions, delivered at three levels (individual, practice and system), on seven GP Retention Intensive Support Sites.

Making general practice a great place to work: A practical toolkit to improve the retention of GPs – NHS England and NHS Improvement

This toolkit is aimed at system leaders and clinical leads working across primary care to develop robust local retention action plans that provide GPs with the support they require to develop fulfilled careers in general practice. It also aims to

Capability Statement for Principal Social Workers in Adult Services – Department of Health and Social Care

​The capability statement sets out what a PSW in adult services should know and be able to do to ensure that effective professional social work practice is developed and supported within their organisation.  It aims to support a move towards consistency

Role and Responsibilities: Adult Principal Social Worker (PSW) – Department of Health and Social Care

This guidance sets out the role, function and purpose of a PSW in adult services.​It helps support employers when recruiting to the role of adult PSW and clarifies what social workers and other practitioners can expect from the PSW in their organisation.

Professional Standards Authority: business plan 2019 to 2020 – Department of Health and Social Care

The business plan of the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) for health and social care for the period 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020. It includes the PSA’s: strategic objectives business principles regulatory oversight and standard-setting work programme