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Department of Human Services RMIT Industry Forum Kim Sykes Director Service and Workforce Planning 2007 Partnerships for World Graduates Conference
RMIT Industry Forum Why workforce planning? What should we be doing? Why should we be doing it together?
Victoria in 2016 Total workforce +18 per cent Health and community services workforce +37 per cent Health service demand +54 per cent
Workforce strategy Support increased capacity for high quality training across acute and non-acute settings Expand overseas recruitment and use of locally trained international students Expand strategies to encourage re-entry Better align clinical placement funding to activity Fund growth in early graduate positions Expand recruitment and retention strategies in priority services and occupations Establish alternative approaches to management & allocation of early graduation & vocational training positions Fund projects to design and influence curriculum Support skills mix projects Expand training and utilisation of certificate trained staff Fund local workforce innovation projects which pilot work roles and/or design Improve workforce supply Improve Workforce distribution Redesign the workforce Short termMedium termLong term Health workforce
Changes Education Regulation - Health Professions Registration Act 2005 COAG communiqué National Health Workforce Taskforce Service delivery
Diversity Generational - Veterans - Baby boomers - Generation X - Generation Y Language Cultural
Government priorities Changing care in a changing world Chronic disease management Diabetes Cancer Mental health Prevention and early intervention
Future directions Service delivery settings Community based partnerships Referral patterns Role of support staff Innovation Preventative health initiatives Screening and early intervention Use of technology Team based interdisciplinary approaches
Future directions Thoughtfully make the case for change Use evidence, understand the issue Respond to: health services - their issues and constraints, emerging trends, the Victorian community’s future needs, the potential workforce.
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