Streamlining programme

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Streamlining is still a relatively new concept to the NHS. 

The London streamlining programme was the first of its kind and has been successfully running for over five years. 

Regional programmes have started appearing across the NHS in England in the last few years and more and more regions are looking at the successes, savings and efficiencies streamlining programmes can help deliver.  


What is streamlining?

Streamlining brings together HR and occupational health professionals to improve the quality and efficiency of NHS recruitment and induction.

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Improving patient care and efficiencies

Discover more about how streamlining can improve patient care and efficiencies and the potential money savings.

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Regional streamlining programmes

Streamlining programmes are running across England. Find out more about the progress being made regionally.

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Setting up a regional programme

Advice and guidance from London HR directors on setting up a streamlining programme in your region.

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The history of streamlining

As a result of a junior doctors' paperwork, HR directors in London developed a collaboration with NHS Employers and Skills for Care to work closer to help with the demands.


Case studies and resources

Tools and resources to help you learn more about the streamlining programme.

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