A Healthier Wales: A Workforce Strategy for Health and Social Care

Your chance to contribute to Wales’s first health and social care workforce strategy.

Consultation deadline: Wednesday 18 September 2019.

Social Care Wales and Health Education and Improvement Wales have been working together to develop a Workforce Strategy for Health and Care.  Together with their partners, the Institute of Public Care, Oxford Brookes University (IPC) they have now reached the point where they have completed their initial engagement with a wide range of people from across Wales and have produced their first draft document for consultation.

The consultation document reflects what you have told them and provides potential actions for the next 10 years which they would like your views on.

As with the engagement exercise we are seeking a range of opinions from across sectors, and from anyone who has an interest in the health and social care workforce.

Please circulate as widely as possible to your colleagues and networks as they are particularly interested in the views of people working in health and social care in Wales, as well as those who use care and support services, carers and volunteers.

| Take part in consultation here |

Your views will then be used to inform the final high-level strategy. Use the Next/Previous Page buttons to navigate through the survey avoiding your browser back/forward buttons.  At the bottom of each page is a ‘Save and Continue Later’ button if you would like to pause.  You will be asked for your email address to send a link to complete the survey at a later date. Do not close the browser until you have checked your email for the link. You can do the survey on any type of device. It’s best to use a screen large enough to comfortably read the questions and somewhere where your network connection stable and not likely to be disconnected (e.g. not on a train).

For any other questions, E: [email protected] or E: [email protected] in the first instance.


Webinar 2 September 2019 at 10am

There will be an opportunity to take part in a webinar event 2 September 2019 at 10.00am. The webinar will be approximately one hour in duration and there will be an opportunity for you to provide your input and views. If you do access their webinar, they would still welcome a formal response to the consultation from you or your organisation.

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For further queries about the webinars, E: [email protected]