25th July 2005




An open day this week will showcase the work of a new centre for clinical and academic workforce innovation in Mansfield.


The Centre for Clinical and Academic Workforce Innovation (CCAWI) is based at Pleasley Vale Business Park and is part of the University of Lincoln.


At an open day on Friday (29th July) Professor Tony Butterworth and Professor Ian Baguley, joint directors of CCAWI, will each give a short presentation to explain the services which are offered by the centre.


The mission of CCAWI is to be Ďan expert resource available to Government policy strategists and health and education economies that can create and drive clinical and academic workforce innovationí.


CCAWI has developed unmatched expertise from previous work within the health and education sectors.


Staff at the centre have substantial publication records and a strong track record in organisational development and clinical and academic workforce innovation.


They can offer expertise in labour market intelligence, case study methodology, innovations in education commissioning, health and social care workforce policy innovation, curriculum development for a new workforce, commissioning and managing research projects, organisation development, and strategic planning.


The open day takes place from 12 noon until 2pm on Friday 29th July atPleasley Vale Business Park, Floor 2, Mill 3, Outgang Lane, Mansfield.


Contact CCAWI on 01623 819140 or email ccawi@lincoln.ac.uk



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