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Health workforce strategy for Queensland

Queensland Health in the last twelve months has released a series of strategic plans aiming to improve health service planning and delivery in the state’s public health sector. The Department’s latest plan is the Health Workforce Strategy for Queensland, 2017-2026 (June 2017), which ‘sets out the overarching priorities and strategies for building the future health workforce for Queensland.’

The report continues: ‘[This plan] offers a strategic pathway for building the system necessary to support, strengthen, and enable our workforce to deliver sustainable, consumer-centred healthcare into the future. … The strategy will guide efforts in workforce design, clinical education and training, leadership, culture, and employment regulation and administration for the clinical and clinical support workforce in Queensland’s health sector.’

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