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Case study: City and Hackney neighbourhood model

16th April 2019

Demand for health and social care is increasing as people live longer with complex conditions. A workforce modelling tool is a useful addition for those wishing to bring about new models in primary and integrated care, and service re-design around specific groups of patients. City and Hackney neighbourhood model Dr Stephanie Coughlin, clinical lead for […]

Primary care workforce modelling tool – planning for the future

28th March 2019

Workforce brings a multifaceted set of challenges to primary care. At the core is the question: Does the supply meet the demand? Supporting workforce modelling One way of understanding these current and future implications is through a user friendly and scalable Beta2 version workforce modelling tool. This is a tool for those wishing to bring […]

New care models and the workforce implications

7th December 2016

New models of care, new pathways and the establishment of new workforce roles create a series of challenges with staff working across organisational boundaries. These support packs are designed to assist with the development of new care models and to ensure the workforce implications of each of the new care models are fully considered.

Mental health workforce modelling

7th December 2016

These tools have been developed in partnership with our mental health programme to baseline current and future mental health care workforce needs, and test the impacts of different strategies locally before implementing them.  Two Microsoft Excel-based models have been developed for mental health. These cover perinatal mental health services and early interventions in psychosis. These were designed to support […]

Social care workforce modelling

7th December 2016

These tools have been developed in partnership with London Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) to baseline current and future social care workforce needs, and test the impacts of different strategies locally before implementing them. These tools have been tested in a local authority pilot in an east London borough. The goal was […]

Primary care workforce modelling

7th December 2016

These primary care tools have supported London’s five sustainability and transformation planning (STP) areas, 16 CCGs, local federations and practices to baseline current and future workforce needs, and test the impacts of different strategies locally before implementing them.  The following tools and resources have been made available to share learning from this work and introduce some possible […]