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Thu 25th October
Priorities for implementing the health and care workforce strategy

With Health Education England planning to publish a full workforce strategy in July, this seminar will discuss priorities for implementation.

It will be an early opportunity to assess the extent to which the strategy is likely to be successful in delivering its key aims - encouraging collaboration across sectors, enhancing data and measurement, improving recruitment, and reducing reliance on agency staff - and to consider the further steps that might be taken moving forward.

Attendees will assess the impact of the three-year pay deal on staff morale, and how staff wellbeing might be supported further in order to create a positive work culture in the NHS.

Delegates will also examine case studies of best practice in staff recruitment and retention; the challenges of responding to Brexit and the likely end of Freedom of Movement; and the initial impact of the NHS bursary in 2017 on workforce development.

Following the Government’s recent consultation, further sessions will focus on the next steps for professional regulation and what more might be done to improve patient safety and experience.

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