Breadcrumb Home Publications Care will get worse unless politicians make tough calls This content relates to the following topics: Workforce and skills Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page In an article for the Independent, Chris Ham explains that improvements in services will only if politicians are willing to support doctors and managers.Read the full article from the Independent Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Blog NHS workforce: which manifesto gets our vote? The NHS is in the midst of a workforce crisis, so how are each of the main parties proposing to solve it? Alex Baylis compares the manifesto pledges and considers whether the plans go far enough. Blog The future of general practice: the views of GP trainees With more doctors than ever training to be GPs, why is there still a workforce crisis? We asked trainees about their thoughts and future plans. Press release The King's Fund comments on new GP workforce figures and NHS vacancy data 'Across the country, health and care services are grappling with severe staff shortages,' says Sally Warren, Director of Policy at The King's Fund. Blog We know the public love the NHS, but do they think it is a good employer? Is the NHS a good place to work? With the NHS and its workforce emerging as a key battleground in the run up to the general election, Rachel Worsley of Ipsos MORI looks at the data on the public’s views on how the NHS performs as an employer.