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South West Stakeholder Conference

Posted3 March 2017

The second annual HEE stakeholder conference in the South West provided a showcase for some of the exciting work taking place in health and social care education and training across the region.

Around 100 stakeholders attended the event in Taunton on 01 March 2017 which was opened by the...

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Come back to nursing in the south west - we’ll make it worth your while

Posted4 January 2017

Are you a qualified nurse, midwife or health visitor that has left the profession and are you looking for a new challenge in 2017?

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Star Awards entries now closed

Posted4 January 2017

Thanks to those of you who entered our south west Star Awards. We will be announcing the finalists in February.

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south west winter Stakeholder Newsletter published

Posted6 December 2016

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HEE is offering an attractive funding package for trainee GPs in North Devon and Somerset

Posted23 November 2016

The new Targeted Enhanced Recruitment Scheme (TERS) will offer a one-off payment of £20,000 to GP trainees committed to working in North Devon or Somerset

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Christy Burden secures £75k for south west maternity hospitals

Posted17 November 2016

Christy Burden, Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, was successful in securing a Health Foundation grant for £75k to implement and evaluate operative birth training.

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Employers asked to provide their staff with more training on responsible antibiotic use

Posted19 April 2017

Health Education England (HEE) is calling on employers and healthcare providers to do more to make sure their staff are well-trained in how to combat antimicrobial resistance,...

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Pilot sites announced for new surgical training programme

Posted6 April 2017

The Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) and Health Education England have today announced the first 19 Trusts and hospitals that they will be working with to deliver the Improving Surgical Training project (IST).

The pilot sites, from 8 Schools of Surgery and Training Boards throughout the UK...

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Five Year Forward View Delivery Plan - Workforce update

Posted3 April 2017

Professor Ian Cumming, Chief Executive, Health Education England said:

Health Education England (HEE) is continuing to grow the workforce in priority areas such as general practice, nursing and urgent and emergency care, helping to support a future NHS that will be bigger and better...

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Health Education England reacts to Nurse First programme announcement

Posted31 March 2017

Following today’s announcement of a new fast track ‘Nurse First' programme to attract high achieving graduates into a career in nursing, Health Education England have issued the following statement:

Professor Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Director of Nursing & Deputy Director of Education and...

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