2020 Workforce Vision Statement
“We will respond to the needs of the people we care for,
adapt to new, improved ways of working, and work
seamlessly with colleagues and partner organisations. We
will continue to modernise the way we work and embrace
technology. We will do this in a way that lives up to our
core values.
Together we will create a great place to work and deliver a
high quality healthcare service which is among the best in
the world.”
Route map to the 2020 Vision
2013
2020
Integration
Informing the 2020 Workforce Vision
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Extensive staff Engagement Exercise
Consultation
Focus Groups
Key Stakeholder Groups
Policy, service and staff side colleagues
Continuous and ongoing dialogue
Key Stakeholders
2020 Workforce Vision
• Staff
• Chairs/CEOs
• Human Resource/
Employee/Nursing/Medical
/AHP/Finance Directors
• MSG
• SPF/SWAG/STAC
• PFPI groups
• Primary Care providers
• Trades Unions
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COSLA
SOLACE
ADSW
Education Bodies
Statutory Regulatory
Bodies
• SCVO
• Scottish Care
• Scottish Patients
Association
Many voices, one vision
10,000 voices
Who are they?
Staff group
% of
respondents
% of
workforce
Nursing & Midwifery
37.07%
42.7%
Administrative Services
28.58%
18.3%
Support Services
11.29%
10.3%
Medical (Hospital, Community & Public Health Services)
4.80%
8.5%
Allied Health Professions
9.99%
7.2%
Healthcare Science
3.59%
4.0%
Emergency Services
0.13%
2.8%
Other Therapeutic Services
3.32%
2.7%
Medical & Dental Support
0.36%
1.4%
Personal & Social Care
0.29%
0.7%
Dental (Hospital, Community & Public Health Services)
0.58%
0.5%
What you told us
“Seriously good values and vision”
“Bring on 2020, it reads and sounds like the health service I want to be in”
“Thanks for the opportunity of being part of the vision”
“Fundamentally staff need to feel valued again”
“PDP and performance review is essential but eKSF is not the way”
“We need more time for on the job training”
“We need to grow our own and advance career development opportunities”
“the vision is easily obtainable but we need good, inspiring and trustworthy leadership”
“Just say thank you when a good job is done”
“We need competence and confidence to make the best use of the technology we have”
“Let’s value good team working as a recipe for success”
“We need fewer administrative handcuffs to enable people to work imaginatively”
“Create time for improvement instead of always fire fighting”
“Universities and colleges need to be involved in the plans for change now”
“Focus on sorting the blocks to health and social care integration”
“We need to challenge what’s always been”
“Still very hierarchical – we are all important in the patient pathway”
Everyone Matters:2020 Workforce
Vision
Shared Values
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Care and compassion
Dignity and respect
Openness, honesty and responsibility
Quality and teamwork
Implementing the
2020 Workforce Vision
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Implementation Framework
Key Priorities agreed for 2013/14
Series of Annual Implementation Plans
Performance monitored and outcomes
assessed
• Integrated in Board Local Delivery Plans
Some priorities for consideration
• Boards embedding core NHSS values
• Development of support workers
• New service models supporting sustainable
workforce
• Access to development for managers and leaders
in all areas of the service
• Advice on governance arrangements and
employment models for integrated services
Key messages
• Our workforce is the key to delivering high quality
healthcare
• Everyone working in NHSScotland can help make
things better
• Everyone is being asked to work to a common set of
values
• Teams and individuals will be supported to make use
of technology, to increase access to services and
improve efficiency
• Everyone needs to be valued, treated well and
supported to give their best. This will help to improve
patient care and overall outcomes
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