Health and Workforce Wellbeing: What are you Wondering?

Feb 10, 2022

Lucy Jenkins quote 'The adrenaline kept us going. Now we've hit a wall'.

quote: Lucy Jenkins

Health and Workforce Wellbeing

We would like to thank Care England for their collaboration in creating our webinar Health and Workforce Wellbeing which takes place next Tuesday, February 15th, 11.30 – 12.30.

We are also extremely grateful to our panel of compassionate, knowledgeable and inspirational experts all of whom are recognised and respected in health, social care, and in their contributions to the creation of the integrated system everyone is working towards.

What do you want to know?

Hear Professor Deborah Sturdy: Chief Nurse for Adult Social Care, Department of Health and Social Care, talk about many of the subjects you are asking us to include in the conversation; themes such as parity and equity across health and social care, learning and development opportunities, terms and conditions of employment and developing a culture of mutual respect.

Prof. Deborah Sturdy

We have also been asked questions such as:

“How can we create a system that recognises people’s changing needs?”

“What does it take to combine two different cultures into something entirely new?

“Is it ever possible to prioritise the needs of the individual over the needs of the system?”

Professor Martin Green: Chief Executive, Care England, addresses exactly this type of question:

Prof. Martin Green


Questions about up to the minute research and policy developments are also bound to arise.

“Isn’t this an opportunity for innovation and investment in health and wellbeing for those working in the fields of health and social care?”

“What does research into the effects of the pandemic on the health and care workforce tell us about the best way forward?”

Professor Nicola Ranger: Chief Nurse and Executive Director, Midwifery, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, demonstrates, in these short videos, that she combines her care and compassion with  knowledge and understanding of recent research, policy considerations and the needs of the workforce.

Prof. Nicola Ranger

Share your questions by Monday 14th February

It’s not too late for you to put forward a question for the panel to consider.  Please contact us via social media; Twitter, Facebook, or Linked In; email; or use the contact form on the website.

Register now

for the webinar, or the recording, here: Talent for Care events and we will see you on Tuesday, February 15th 11.30 – 12.30