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Statistics on Community Nursing Staff (England)

Latest Statistics - 2004

Other Reference Sources

Rates per population- England and Wales 2004
 

Latest Statistics

Given below are the latest statistics on The Nursing Workforce in England :

Source of Reference : Department of Health - NHS Hospital and Community Health Services Non-Medical Workforce Census and General and Personal Medical Services Statistics, England: 30 September 2004

As at September 2004

Staff

By Area of Work (Whole Time Equivalent - WTE)

Gender

Ethnic

Organisation Type

Age

Region

Nursing and Midwifery Council Press Release - Statistics 2003

 

Rates per population - NHS Hospital and Community Health Services (HCHS) : Health Visiting Staff in England as at 30th September 2004

 
Other reference sources :

Guide to Health Statistics

Research commissioned by the CPHVA

Nursing Workforce Data : A Special Report 2002/2003

Tel. 0208 334 4500
A publication on the nursing gives data on the size of the nursing workforce, gender, age, ethnicity and student nurses

 

Evidence to the Pay Review Body for nursing staff, midwives and health visitors. CPHVA/MSF, 2001 :
Chapter Five: Recruitment, Retention Motivation and Morale

Source of Reference: Evidence to the Pay Review Body for Nursing Staff, Midwives and Health Visitors - 'Getting the Point' - Pay Progression Not Discretion'. MSF, 2000

 
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