The South Island Workforce Development Hub (SIWDH) works across the South Island Health sector to lead and support workforce development and education to better meet the health needs of the South Island population.
In 2020/21 the Workforce Development Hub will build on the achievements of earlier years, continuing to work with over 300 clinicians and health managers across the South Island who are participating in the work of the Hub. As specified in the national regional requirements, we have identified the following specific workforce actions as our areas of focus:
Health Workforce Identified Priorities
News 04 Feb 2020 Small moments can make big differences in how children feel and function in school. This was a key driver behind a series of mental health workshops held earlier this year. The five Every Moment Counts workshops held across Aotearoa New Zealand were a collaboration between Otago Polytechnic School of Occupational […]
News 11 Jun 2019 Allied Health Scientific and Technical Facilitator/Project Manager We are seeking applications from suitably qualified Allied Health scientific and technical professionals for the 0.5 FTE position of Allied Health Scientific and Technical Facilitator/Project Manager. Reporting to the Programme Director of the South Island Regional Workforce Development Hub (South Island WDH), this position presents […]
News 02 May 2019 Global information company Wolters Kluwer recently visited the South Island to produce this video case study of the New Zealand Instance of Lippincott Procedures, an online, evidence based resource that provides real-time access to step-by-step guides for over 1,700 evidence-based procedures and skills in a variety of specialty settings. The New Zealand […]