Shared Staffing in Public Health: Collected Resources
SLGE has completed two collections of case studies on shared staffing in public health, along with a related checklist for pursuing such arrangements. Interagency staff sharing can be one effective method of adapting to a tight labor market, can facilitate the procurement of specialized levels of expertise that may not be as easy to obtain in smaller or more rural jurisdictions, and can enable cross-training and vacation relief where there may be very few staff providing the designated services.
Click on each report below to download:
- Case studies from Massachusetts, Iowa, and Oregon
- Case studies from Minnesota and New Jersey
- Staff sharing checklist