Providence was engaged by Commander Joint Health Command (CJHLTH) to undertake Project DUNLOP, three separate but interdependent streams of work to identify and treat undesirable effects in the Defence health workforce, with the specific aim to address poor retention and attraction of ADF medical officers.
Providence was requested to identify the issues, recommend solutions, and detail implementation plans for generating a more effective and efficient Defence Health Workforce that could meet current and future operational requirements.
Providence’s work culminated in a report that addressed the strategic review of the ADF health workforce and provided recommendations to address identified issues, risks, and opportunities across the Defence health workforce. In addition Providence developed a health workforce campaign approach providing a framework to synchronise health workforce initiatives across the groups and services to enable alignment of outcomes and reduce duplication of effort.
Adash is Providence’s CEO and is responsible to the Providence Board and Providence’s clients for ensuring the timely delivery of outcomes through advice, guidance and mentoring to Providence’s staff.