The cross-party Health Devolution Commission believes there is now a fundamental choice to be made: between greater centralisation of NHS and social care services or a comprehensive health devolution approach which incorporates national entitlements and targets but embeds the delivery of an integrated NHS, social care and public health service within broader, powerful, democratically led local partnerships.
This presentation looks in to the Workforce estimates of turnover, vacancies and source of recruitment, career progression and factors affecting turnover. The information in this document refers to the clinical commissioning group unless otherwise stated.
Negotiations about future relations between the United Kingdom and European Union are taking place with both sides hoping that they can agree by October on the outline of the future relations on things like trade, travel and security but what impact will leaving the EU have on the NHS?
A year on from the launch of the General Practice Forward View, it is recognised that there has been good progress but there is still a lot more to do, specifically around building the primary care workforce. This document, therefore, sets out a baseline of the region's current primary care workforce supply so that the progress made to date and the solutions needed to develop collectively can be considered.
Taking Charge sets out the vision for health and care devolution to deliver the fastest and greatest improvement in the health and well being of the 2.8 million population of Greater Manchester, creating a strong, safe and sustainable health and care system that is fit for the future.
While some challenges are best addressed at a local level, there are others where Greater Manchester needs to work together to tackle them. That’s where our Greater Manchester Workforce Strategy comes in, to support our local workforce plans. We have worked with health and care organisations across Greater Manchester to agree those areas we think are addressed together.
This strategy for our city-region covers; health, wellbeing, work and jobs, housing, transport, skills, training and economic growth. It explains ambitions for the future of our city-region and the 2.8 million of us who live in the towns, cities, communities and neighbourhoods that make up Greater Manchester.
This was the first ever Labour Market Intelligence report for health and care in Greater Manchester. It provides statistical data, information and analysis regarding our health and care workforce.
The Workforce Collaborative commissioned this report to gain clarity on the workforce shortage issues and potential solutions for radiology and radiography. It evaluates the position of the clinical radiology workforce and considers Greater Manchester against the international and national position.
North West ADASS (Association for the Directors of Adult Social Services) Workforce Strategy 2015-17
This document sets out the vision, objectives and workforce programme to deliver the ADASS Workforce Strategy 2015-17