NHS board projected staff in post changes for 2018-2019

NHS boards have been asked to provide workforce projections for 2018/19, as part of their planning process to assess if service redesign or changes in skill mix are required to best meet the needs of their population. These projections are based on staff

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Scottish Government
Workforce Planning Policy
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