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Celebrating apprentices and the support workforce

Posted3 April 2017

The Kent, Surrey and Sussex team held their third Apprenticeship and Support Workforce Awards on Friday 24 March to celebrate the achievements and commitment of people in apprentice and support roles across the NHS. The event was attended by representatives from a number of health organisations...

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Inspiring Excellence in Medical Education

Posted17 March 2017

HEE’s Kent, Surrey and Sussex local team joined forces with Maidstone Hospital and Education Business Partnership Kent to provide an innovative and interactive event for 16-19 year olds on Friday 10 March.  The event, aimed at increasing the understanding of the range of careers available in...

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Doctor’s Assistant roles in Kent, Surrey and Sussex

Posted16 March 2017

A project supported by Health Education England’s Kent, Surrey and Sussex team has been shortlisted for a BMJ award.

East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust’s Doctor’s Assistant project was established with the aim of reducing the time spent on...

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Our email addresses have changed

Posted13 February 2017

Effective immediately, all HEE staff members’ email addresses are now following this format:

firstname.surname@hee.nhs.uk.

If you do not receive a response from the new email address or if your enquiry is very...

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First recruits for new Emergency Medicine training

Posted10 January 2017

We have recently recruited our very first trainee into our Pre Hospital Emergency Medicine Sub-Specialty Programme.  This is a new programme for us, which aims to formalise training in pre hospital critical care.  Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance Trust (KSSAAT) will be the training provider...

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Kent, Surrey and Sussex Leadership and Innovation Awards - now open!

Posted16 December 2016

Do you know someone who goes above and beyond their role to make a difference? Now’s the time to nominate them for an award!

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Non-medical endoscopist roles helping to transform the NHS workforce

Posted22 June 2017

Health Education England’s (HEE) accelerated training pilot for non-medical endoscopists has proved a success says a new report published today.

The report by the Office for Public Management explored HEE’s accelerated training pilot for non-medical endoscopists (NMEs) looking at its...

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Major new study on health benefits of swimming released

Posted21 June 2017

A new study has been released today that evidences the health and wellbeing benefits of swimming. The report shows that the unique benefits of water make it the perfect place for people of all ages to exercise, particularly those with long term health conditions.It also found evidence that...

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HEE’s Sally Cheshire awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours

Posted20 June 2017

Sally Cheshire, HEE’s LETB chair for the north of England was awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours over the weekend for her services to the NHS and infertility patients.

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Watch Professor Ian Cumming deliver his keynote speech at Confed17

Posted16 June 2017

Health Education England Chief Executive Professor Ian Cumming delivered a key note speech at the NHS Confederation conference in Liverpool, looking at the need to be flexible and innovative in developing the NHS for today and tomorrow.

"The figures released by NHS Digital show a trend in...

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