Workforce Planning

Ms Kathleen Hall1,2, Ms Robyn Cobb2, Ms Rebecca Chambers2, Mr Mark Roll2, Professor Scott Bell3, Dr Lyndal  Maxwell1, Professor Suzanne Kuys1 1Physiotherapy, School of Allied Health, Australian Catholic University , Brisbane, Australia, 2Physiotherapy, Adult Cystic Fibrosis center, The Prince Charles...
  • April 3, 2019
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Allison Farley1, Anna Joy1, Jude Boyd1 1Eastern Health, Melbourne, Australia Aim: The aim of this project was to qualitatively analyse the perceptions and experience of the Occupational Therapy department’s induction process at a metropolitan health service. In particular, the study...
  • April 2, 2019
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Sandra Parr1, Simone Niejalke1, Nicolette Varvounis1 1Northern Adelaide Local Health Network, Australia Allied Health disciplines (Dietetics, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Social Work, and Speech Pathology) extended their clinical service hours from 8am-4pm to 8am-6pm Monday-Friday across acute inpatient wards at Lyell...
  • April 2, 2019
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Ms Julie-Anne Ross1,4, Ms Cherie Hearn1,4, Ms Gertrud Armitt1, Mr Adam Semciw1,3, Mr Adam Govier2,4 1PA Hospital, Brisbane, Australia, 2Central Adelaide Local Health Network, Adelaide, Australia, 3The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 4Australasian Allied Health Benchmarking Consortium, Brisbane, Australia Background...
  • April 2, 2019
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Mrs Louise Maye1, Ms Clare Daley1 1Hunter New England Local Health District, Newcastle, Australia The Hunter New England Local Health District (HNELHD) Allied Health workforce plan identifies workforce issues and considers the strategies requirements of our Allied Health workforce for...
  • April 2, 2019
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Mr Mian Wang1 1NSW Health, Westmead, Australia Background High turnover of allied health professions is costly. On-boarding costs have risen from $56,000 in 2015 to $120,000 in 2017. Succession planning is often poorly timed and lacking sustainable strategies for retention....
  • April 2, 2019
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