Working for Health 2030: Building Health Workforce Leadership
Following the success of the 2021/22 Year of the Health and Care Workers (YHCW) programme, NHS England (NHSE) and the World Health Organization (WHO) are partnering to deliver another leading programme to strengthen health workforce leadership capability and capacity.
The programme aims to improve health outcomes for populations through interventions to strengthen the health workforce. Participants will build their own knowledge, skills, competencies and expertise for health workforce governance and planning. The programme aims to create the space to engage in in-depth discussions and peer problem-solving and peer learning towards practical solutions and actions towards health system strengthening in their own context.
NHS England (NHSE) ensures that the healthcare workforce has the right numbers, skills, values and behaviours to support the delivery of excellent healthcare and health improvement to patients and the public.
The WHO and NHSE are working in collaboration to develop the next generation of Human Resources for Health (HRH) system leaders, creating a lasting impact and strengthening health systems globally.
This programme will be delivered in a series of four seminars presented by leaders in the field of workforce planning.
All seminars can be accessed by everyone.
HEE will also help to facilitate eight Action Learning Set sessions through 2023, with participants from low- and middle-income countries around the globe. This part of the programme aims to bring together future influencers and leaders from all realms of the social, economic, and political spheres.