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Workforce: recruitment, training and retention in health and social care

Inquiry

Reasons behind staff leaving the health and social care sectors and how to tackle them will be examined in a new inquiry. Workforce recruitment and training will also be explored.

 

The Committee has heard repeatedly that more staff will be needed to meet future demand and deal with the backlog caused by the pandemic. Existing staff shortages affect the current delivery of services to patients. 

 

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This inquiry is no longer accepting evidence

The deadline for submissions was Wednesday 19 January 2022.

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Oral evidence transcripts

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28 June 2022
Inquiry Workforce: recruitment, training and retention in health and social care
Committees Health and Social Care Committee
Oral Evidence
7 June 2022
Inquiry Workforce: recruitment, training and retention in health and social care
Committees Health and Social Care Committee
Oral Evidence
24 May 2022
Inquiry Workforce: recruitment, training and retention in health and social care
Committees Health and Social Care Committee
Oral Evidence
RTR0160 - Workforce: recruitment, training and retention in health and social care
Witnesses Duncan Rudkin (Chief Executive and Registrar at General Pharmaceutical Council)
Committees Health and Social Care Committee
Written Evidence
RTR0161 - Workforce: recruitment, training and retention in health and social care
Witnesses Department of Health and Social Care
Committees Health and Social Care Committee
Written Evidence
RTR0162 - Workforce: recruitment, training and retention in health and social care
Witnesses Company Chemists’ Association
Committees Health and Social Care Committee
Written Evidence

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