This report, published by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES), examines skills and performance challenges in the health and social care sector.
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This report, published by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES), examines recent changes in the health and social care and outlines future skills issues facing the sector.
The research looks in depth at five key occupations: care assistants, care home managers and proprietors, medical practitioners, nursing auxiliaries and physiotherapists. It uses a mixed methodology including data analysis, a literature review and in-depth interviews with employers and sector organisations as the basis for analysis.
Also included with this publication is an executive summary, and infographic presenting the findings contained within the report.