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Health Workforce Needs Assessment

Health Workforce Queensland undertakes an annual state-wide ‘all of health’ workforce needs assessment for remote and rural Queensland.

The Health Workforce Needs Assessment is produced as a state-wide report alongside four regional workforce summary reports which complement each of the four Primary Health Network’s needs assessments.

With a focus on the primary health care landscape, the Health Workforce Needs Assessment identifies high priority locations, professions and workforce requirements to develop and support evidence-based and effective models of service delivery in remote and rural Queensland.

2021 Health Workforce Needs Assessment

2020 Health Workforce Needs Assessment

2019 Health Workforce Needs Assessment

2018 Health Workforce Needs Assessment

Regional Health Workforce Needs Assessments

The annual Health Workforce Needs Assessment is produced as a state-wide report with four regional workforce summary reports. The regional reports are geographically aligned with the four remote and rural Primary Health Networks (PHNs) and are a reference for organisations to assist with their health workforce and service planning activities (links provided below):