NHS Working Longer Review

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11 / 7 / 2013 10.23am

NHS Working Longer Review Audit of Existing Research 

The NHS Working Longer Review group commissioned Bath University to undertake an audit of existing research into the impact of working beyond aged 60. This was to provide the Working Longer Review Group with an understanding of what evidence is already available in relation to the impact of people working beyond 60 on a number of key areas.

The full report, as well as the summary report is available here.

Call for evidence webinar presentation now available

The Working Longer Review group launched a national call for evidence which is running until 5 September 2013. The purpose of this is to identify issues that may make working to a higher retirement age more difficult, and to capture examples of good practice that enable staff to continue working. 

A free webinar was held on the 28 June which provided listeners with further details on the call for evidence and explained how they can have a say.  The presentation from the website is now available here.

New podcast available about the call for evidence

We talk to Gail Adams, Head of Nursing UNISON and Kevin McAleese CBE, Chair for NHS Employers about the call for evidence which launched on 24 June 2013. You can listen to the podcast here.

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