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Lean and agile: configuring future dermatology services

Lean and agile: configuring future dermatology services
Lean and agile: configuring future dermatology services
Predicting the configuration of future dermatology services to meet the needs of patients requires intelligent workforce planning and appropriate modelling. In the current economic climate, the future service and workforce must be 'lean and agile'. This paper explains this concept and suggests areas to focus on within the specialty with regard to future service configuration.
1477-3368
38-44
Barrett, Christine M.
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Smoker, Annabel
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Murphy, Catherine
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Barrett, Christine M.
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Smoker, Annabel
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Murphy, Catherine
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Barrett, Christine M., Smoker, Annabel and Murphy, Catherine (2010) Lean and agile: configuring future dermatology services. Dermatological Nursing, 38-44.

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Abstract

Predicting the configuration of future dermatology services to meet the needs of patients requires intelligent workforce planning and appropriate modelling. In the current economic climate, the future service and workforce must be 'lean and agile'. This paper explains this concept and suggests areas to focus on within the specialty with regard to future service configuration.

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Published date: 1 September 2010

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Local EPrints ID: 446490
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/446490
ISSN: 1477-3368
PURE UUID: 4baef048-e06f-4dea-ab94-766707a20134

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