Workforce

3 May 2024

Workforce Planning Methodology

In her last news and views article, Dianna introduced herself as Workforce Offer Lead at the TU and talked about the importance of workforce in the work we carry out…

Workforce Planning Methodology
26th February 2022

Why we offer Workforce support

The health and care workforce is in short supply and transformation programmes at system, place or provider level will need to:

  • implement new ways of working that utilise the full range of skills and experience to deliver the best possible patient care
  • take an integrated approach to workforce, finance and service planning focusing on prevention and care closer to home for the future population
  • establish a ‘one workforce’ approach across health and care systems which is agile, has shared principles and ambitions for people and has a compassionate and inclusive culture.

We can support our clients to:

  • take a population and place-based workforce planning approach to design the workforce around the population health needs
  • model the implications of new models of care from an existing and future workforce perspective
  • engage staff to co-design future workforce models and to determine the new skills and roles required
  • provide workforce transformation expertise including programme management, organisational design and workforce planning.

Case studies

Lancashire and South Cumbria Integrated Care System Five-Year Workforce Strategy and Education…

The NHS Transformation Unit (TU) were commissioned to develop a five-year workforce strategy and education…

Producing a workforce development report for North-West Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm screening programmes

The NHS Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Screening programme aims to reduce AAA related mortality by…

Developing a Workforce Plan for Birmingham and Solihull’s Musculoskeletal (MSK) Transformation Programme

Over 20 million people in the UK have an MSK condition, which ranges from minor…