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Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI) Survey “Digital Health and Care Skills”

Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI) Survey “Digital Health and Care Skills”
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The Digital Technology sector is one of the fastest growing global markets, including in Scotland. The Digital Health and Care sector makes up a significant part of this market. However, a lack of a digitally skilled workforce is restricting the potential for growth of the sector in Scotland. Therefore, it is critical that we understand, and support, the current and future skills needs of the digital health and care sector.

To address this need, the Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI), in partnership with Skills Development Scotland (SDS), is carrying out this online consultation to gather employer views on the current and future skills needs in the Digital Health and Care sector.  This survey is aimed at public, private and third sector digital health and care employers across Scotland. We are keen to hear your views on the nature of the sector and the skills challenges that you may face.

We would greatly appreciate it if you could take the time to complete our survey.  It is designed to take less than 20 minutes to complete and can be accessed here:



The closing date for completed surveys is Thursday 16th April 2020

If you have any questions about this survey please contact Sanna Rimpilainen at sanna.Rimpilainen@dhi-scotland.com.

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