Resource allocation

Resource allocation, also referred to as rationing, refers to the fair distribution of resources, where they are limited, and demand exceeds supply. For commissioning, it means looking at the needs of the population as a whole, rather than responding to individual cases, applying the research evidence, and making the best decisions about how resources can be allocated most effectively.

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#SafeStaffing Mental health nursing on inpatient wards

We need validated assessments of depression.

John Baker looks at the implications of the leaked NICE review on #SafeStaffing for Nursing in Inpatient Mental Health Settings, which was recently uncovered by HSJ journalist Shaun Lintern.

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