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UK Healthcare Workforce & Recruitment Market Report Launch
2.00-3.15pm. This complimentary webinar is brought to you by LaingBuisson, partnered with Retinue.

Even before the pandemic the issue of workforce vacancies was a crucial priority for the NHS and the social care sector. As the NHS seeks to restore elective services (amidst record patient backlogs), and the social care sector calls for a proper parity of esteem, the UK healthcare system in its entirety must tackle workforce skills shortages whilst recovering from the practical and emotional demands placed upon it over the past 15 months.

This webinar is an exclusive look at the report and will focus on the key themes needed to help the NHS and social care meet these unprecedented workforce challenges:

• The importance of workforce attraction and retention in the context of a multimillion global shortage of healthcare professionals
• The place of the different talent acquisition channels including substantive, bank and agency supply and how these will aid the inclusion and wellbeing of the workforce
• The role of procurement, technology and systems thinking to enable the NHS and social care to empower its workforce to innovate in the face of a transformation in care delivery

The Report offers a distinctive perspective on these themes pertinent to all with an interest in healthcare workforce and recruitment market and draws inspiration and insight from interviews with over 75 CEO’s and workforce leaders within the NHS, Social Care, Independent Acute and Voluntary Sectors.

Expert panellists:
Neil Carberry, CEO, Recruitment & Employment Confederation
Maz Fosh, CEO, Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust
Rachel McKenzie, CEO, Retinue
Richard Mitchell, CEO, Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Suhail Mirza, Consultant and Report Author, LaingBuisson

Jun 9, 2021 02:00 PM in London

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