We are working together to ensure we can find and keep the right people, in the right places, with the right skills, to deliver care for our populations.

Health and social care sector employers in Humber, Coast and Vale are often unable to permanently recruit the staff they require to deliver services, resulting in increasing reliance on temporary staff.

Difficulty recruiting and keeping skilled and experienced staff is the root cause of many problems we face: financial, safety, performance and quality. We need to work together to address these issues.

Through the Humber, Coast and Vale Heath and Care Partnership, we are developing a comprehensive approach to meeting our workforce needs now and in the future.

View the June 2017 Workforce Report and Workforce Strategy update

Our Work

Faculty of Advanced Practice

A membership group of employers and educators, which provides strategic direction and enables a co-ordinated approach to ensure advanced clinical practitioner and physician associate capacity meets service need across Humber, Coast and Vale

Health and Social Care Workforce Consortium

A system wide alliance of partners and educators focused on the recruitment and retention of support staff across Humber, Coast and Vale

Health and Wellbeing

A number of health and wellbeing programmes have been developed and are available to all staff across Humber, Coast and Vale, in addition to those in your own organisation.

Primary Care Workforce Development

Primary Care Workforce Development is a priority in the Humber, Coast and Vale area. Stakeholders are working hard to train more GPs and Primary Care nurses, but also to recruit and train other medical professionals to work in Primary Care.


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