The clinical workforce in secondary care



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NHS workforce planning

The clinical workforce in secondary care


Prepared by Audit Scotland

July 2017
Auditor General for Scotland

The Auditor General’s role is to:

appoint auditors to Scotland’s central government and NHS bodies

examine how public bodies spend public money

help them to manage their finances to the highest standards

check whether they achieve value for money.
The Auditor General is independent and reports to the Scottish Parliament on the performance of:

directorates of the Scottish Government

government agencies, eg the Scottish Prison Service, Historic Environment Scotland

NHS bodies

further education colleges

Scottish Water



NDPBs and others, eg Scottish Police Authority, Scottish Fire and
Rescue Service.
You can find out more about the work of the Auditor General on our website: www.audit-scotland.gov.uk/about/ags




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