Workforce Reporting

‘A robust evidence base is essential to support healthcare professionals in the design, delivery and evaluation of high quality health services’, (Slaintecare, 2017).

The Strategic Workforce Planning and Intelligence Unit is responsible for building this evidence base through the provision of high quality and timely data, information and analysis on the workforce. It has overarching responsibility for the production of employment monitoring reports/Health Service Personnel Census (HSPC), National Absence Report and Staff Turnover Report.

Workforce Reporting by the following areas

National Reports

Health Region

The latest workforce reports by HSE Dublin Midlands, HSE Dublin and North East, HSE Dublin and South East, HSE Mid West,  HSE West and North West & HSE South West. 

Workforce Reporting by Health Region 

Care Group

The latest workforce reports, for Acute Services,  Community Health & Wellbeing, Mental Health, Primary Care, Disabilities, Older People, Health & Wellbeing, HBS and National & Central Services. 

Workforce Reporting by Care Group 

Hospital Group/CHI 

The latest workforce reports for the Acute Services, Children's Health Ireland, at Hospital and Hospital Group level

Workforce Reporting by Hospital Groups Children's Health Ireland 

Community Healthcare Organisation

 The latest workforce reports for Community Services, at care group level to include Mental Health, Primary Care, Older Persons, and Disabilities

Workforce Reporting by Community Healthcare Organisation  

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