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Rural Workforce Research

Rural Workforce Research

 

 
This summary report, prepared with the University of Birmingham, applies a rural lens to the workforce challenges facing the NHS. The golden thread running through the research is that securing staff to deliver high quality health and care in rural areas (now and in the future) is crucial. The research identified 9 challenges and 9 opportunities. The full report is available on the NCRHC website www.ncrhc.org

Community Resources

Community Resources

We are supporting C.A.R.E. (Community Active and Rural Enterprise) to work in 16 villages and hamlets in Leicestershire.

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National Review of LEADER Programme

Review of the Leader Approach for Delivering the Rural Development programme for EnglandRose Regeneration helped review the LEADER Approach for delivering the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE).

LEADER is a European funding programme for rural communities.

Rose Regeneration and the universities of Lincoln and London undertook a national review of the current programme and the extent to which it demonstrated value-for-money.

We also assessed the economic, social and environmental benefits it had delivered; how delivery processes could be improved; and what the programme might look like from 2014.

Rural Development Programme for England Network

RDPEnetworkWe are working with the Rural Development Programme for England Network, which supports programme delivery.

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