Start Date: 27/04/2015

End Date: 27/04/2015

Cost: 575

Venue: Central London, London, United Kingdom

Organiser:

Capita Conferences

Contact Details:

Amna Khan

 

020 7202 0562

Comments:

Registered nurses and social workers can now take advantage of the concessionary rate on this and other selected events Please select the concessionary sector rate and provide your registration number in the charity number field About the event: Developed in consultation with NHS workforce and HR leaders, our NHS Workforce Transformation Conference looks in detail at current and future workforce and HR challenges. This is a timely opportunity to analyse in detail the workforce implications of the Five Year Forward View and the people requirements of delivering the shift to integrated models of care. This conference will showcase best practice in a broad range of areas, including developing an integrated workforce model, building the capacity needed to meet changing demands and exploring how health system transformation and organisational development can be aligned with workforce change. Attend to ensure that you and your organisation are equipped with the strategic and practical information required to lead the transformation of the health and care workforce. Benefits of Attending: Understand the workforce implications of the Five Year Forward View Explore the development of whole system workforce solutions to the crisis in emergency care Examine the workforce model and organisational development framework for implementation of seven day working Learn how to improve the productivity of the workforce by using a wellbeing approach and a focus on mental wellbeing Hear how to improve quality and drive innovation and change through effective staff engagement Hear inspiring case studies from award winning workforce, HR and organisational development leaders

Link: atnd.it/20756-1

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