Adult Learners Week is the longest running adult learning campaign in Europe and it is emulated in over fifty countries worldwide. This campaign is delivered in the North West of England through a partnership led by Health Education England as the workforce development arm of the NHS. This partnership straddles the public, private and third sector bringing people together from health and care as well as cultural partners and people and organisations in all kinds of learning arenas. This campaign is all about 'working better together'.Adult learners' week awards
Research and innovation
As part of our commitment to the Government’s mandate to HEE, we will develop a more flexible workforce. A workforce that is able to respond to the changing patterns of service and embrace research and innovation - meaning that that staff are able to adapt to the changing demands of public health, services and patients.
Our work focuses on doing more to make sure the benefits of research evidence are communicated, with a focus on innovation to drive up quality and productivity in all parts of the NHS.
Ensuring that the health service remains a world leader in genomic and precision medicine.Genomics
The Health Care Libraries Unit’s role is to lead, coordinate, develop and monitor NHS library and knowledge services across HEE in the north of England.Library and knowledge services
The NHS R&D North West team aims to make the North West the region of choice to undertake high quality health research and is nationally and internationally recognised and acknowledged for its research strengths.Research and development North West
The North West Simulation Education Network aims to increase the capacity and capability of simulation based education across the North West.Technology enhanced learning