Skip to 0 minutes and 12 secondsCongratulations on reaching the end of the course. We hope that you have enjoyed it as much as we have creating it. And, by participating, we think you'll have developed an understanding of health-workforce planning. Together, we've built a greater awareness of the complexities of health workforce and the challenges that go with it. And we're now equipped with strategies to tackle those challenges in our practise. We'd like you to consider the course as a taster for our other courses and programmes. And if this interested you, please consider further studies in health-service management at Griffith University. If so, you can explore our programmes on the Griffith website and register your interest in the next step.

Skip to 0 minutes and 52 secondsThanks again for joining us, and we hope to see you in one of our other courses.

Wrap up

In this video, Sheree does a quick wrap-up of Week 2 and the course.

Congratulations on completing this course and thank you. We hope that you have found it stimulating, interesting, enjoyable and perhaps challenging. The team, lead by Richard Olley and Sheree Lloyd, as well as the developers, are grateful to you for taking the time to undertake this course. Throughout the course we kept highlighting the dire situation that we are in - shortages of health workers worldwide. It is our wish that you will go on to use some of the learnings from this course in your practice, and contribute to effective health workforce planning, as a health leader..

Your final task

We’d also appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to let us know what you thought about this course by posting your final comments and responses to these questions.

  • What did you like?
  • What could we do better?
  • Was there more that you wanted to know?

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Future-proofing the Health Workforce

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