The NHS is turning to the web to resolve the current crisis in nursing recruitment.
The NHS South West London Workforce Development Confederation has set up a website to pool candidates and promote job vacancies within the health service.
Developed by IT service provider Parity, the system will enable the team to match available skills to London's 5,000 nursing vacancies.
According to Parity the site will allow staff to record and manage their own job applications, while regular emails will notify them of suitable positions.
"Through the use of Parity's recruiting solutions and services we are able to significantly improve the hiring, retention and management of key staff, which will ultimately [affect] the level of care and service provided to patients," the NHS said in a statement.
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