The NHS in England has no chance of training enough GPs and nurses to solve the shortages it faces, experts say.
A report by three leading think tanks predicts that in the next five years nurse shortages will double and GP gaps nearly treble, without radical action.
The Nuffield Trust, Health Foundation and King’s Fund says a combination of international recruitment, student grants and innovation is needed.
But the government is insisting plans are in place to recruit more staff.
Full Story: BBC, 21 March 2019