Re-scheduling nursing shifts: Scoping the challenge and examining the potential of mathematical model based tools

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Clark, A.; Moule, P.; Topping, A.; Serpell, M.;
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Aims: To review research in the literature on nursing shift scheduling/rescheduling, and report key issues identified in a listening exercise with managers in four English NHS trusts to inform the development of mathematical tools for rescheduling decision-making.\ud Ba... View more
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