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Programme manager William Hamilton said HWIP was established as part of DHBNZ in 2005 to fill the information gap.
HWIP is involved in "planning and intelligence" around the health workforce--information on numbers, sex, age, ethnicity, average length of service, and on trends and movements within and out of the sector.
Another aspect of HWIP's work is developing a framework so the sector can do its own forecasting and planning.
Peach said there had been some problems with the HWIP and other central data, as DHBs collected data using different definitions.
The HWIP is trying to fill that yawning gap, which Hamilton admits is a "massive task.
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