Co-produced by Best Practice and Skills for Health.
Insights into effective workforce planning opportunities in the primary care sector, brought to you in partnership with Skills for Health, Health Education England, and expert guest panellists.
This interactive session will give insights into effective workforce planning in the context of the evolving primary care sector.
Skills for Health’s workforce planning experts will help you to develop an understanding and awareness for more effective workforce planning to support sustainability of services fit for the future.
Other learning outcomes include understanding what support is needed to build your capacity and capability to workforce plan more effectively.
Chaired by Dr Benedict Eccles, Head of Practice at Skills for Health, this session will engage with a panel of multidisciplinary experts who will explore some of the key challenges in relation to workforce planning in primary care, identify suitable ways forward and provide opportunities for a Q&A.
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Explore why workforce planning is an immediate and urgent priority for primary care
Identify the essential principles and characteristics of effective workforce planning
Help to build confidence and knowledge that excellent workforce planning is an achievable and realistic goal
Benedict is a chartered psychologist specialising in learning and organisational development. He currently oversees projects with HEE, NHSE, Civil Service, Policing organisations, and direct government bodies. For UK government he has worked as a...
Jan began her career in the NHS as a physiotherapist and since has gained over 35 years of experience working in a variety of settings across statutory, independent and voluntary sectors successfully facilitating workforce planning, development...
Andrew is responsible for the effective and efficient delivery of an allocated portfolio of commissioned assignments. His portfolio of work and experience gained within the healthcare setting is extensive, He is credible and competent when it...
GP and Primary Care Dean, Health Education England South West
Andrew qualified from Charing Cross Hospital, University of London in 1983, and was appointed partner at the Dartmouth Medical Practice in February 1989.. He commenced his educational career as a GP trainer in 1996 and progressed to being...
Advanced Clinical Practitioner (Nurse)/GP Trainer, GP Training Programme Director, Primary Care Clinical Lead, Derbyshire ACP Strategy Group, Clinical Advisor HEE Primary Care Team, Health Education England & Lister House Surgery
Julia trained as a nurse in 1990 and started working in primary care in 2002. She became an educational lead at a training practice with multiple trainees which led to her being invited to train as a GP Trainer and she completed the PG Cert in...
Health Education England SW Regional Head of Allied Health Professionals (AHPs), Health Education England
Carrie is a proud Speech and Language Therapist, transformed into healthcare activist taking action on the optimisation of Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) across systems, education reform and workforce transformation. Carrie has 20 years of...
Primary Care Training hub business manager, Health Education England
Martin is an experienced NHS Manager, with over 20 years’ experience in HR Recruitment, Workforce Planning, data Analysis, Project Management, Operations Management, and relationship facilitation. His current role is Business Manager for the HEE...