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Reforming Medical Education for the good of all

Posted by Professor Wendy Reid, Executive Director Education and Quality and Medical Director16 July 2019

It seems obvious to say, but doctors who receive high quality training, have the right support and feel valued and motivated, will deliver the best patient care.

 

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Enhancing Junior Doctors’ Working Lives

Posted by Sheona MacLeod, Deputy Medical Director for Education Reform24 June 2019

As we launch the latest progress report on Enhancing Junior Doctors’ Working Lives, it is good to see how our work aligns with the priorities set out in the NHS Long Term Plan and Interim People Plan. The need to provide appropriate support and development...

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Celebrating a century of caring for the vulnerable

Posted by 20 June 2019

Learning disability nurses may be one of the smallest groups in the profession, but what they lack in size they make up in impact they have on the lives of some of the most vulnerable citizens.

Learning disability nurses make up less than one per cent of the nursing population (NHS...

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Taking number skills to the next level on National Numeracy Day

Posted by 13 May 2019

At Health Education England (HEE) we are passionate about supporting health and social care staff in having the skills they need to deliver the best possible care for patients. That’s why we are pleased to support National Numeracy Day on 15 May 2019 for a second consecutive year and promote our...

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Making the NHS a World Leader in improving the mental wellbeing of its staff and learners

Posted by Professor Simon Gregory, Health Education England Primary Care Lead and Clinical Director20 February 2019

There are 1.4 million people in the NHS taking care of the health needs of patients up and down the country, their physical and emotional health is key to patient welfare.   

Professor Simon Gregory, Health Education England Primary Care Lead and Clinical Director of the recently...

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Reaching an important milestone in the Nursing Associate journey

Posted by Professor Lisa Bayliss Pratt, Chief Nurse and Interim Regional Director for London, Health Education England.28 January 2019

With registration with the NMC now open for qualified Nursing Associates, Professor Lisa Bayliss Pratt, Chief Nurse and Interim Regional Director for London, Health Education England looks back at the process of developing this role and the backgrounds and qualities of trainees she has met over...

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New year, new approach

Posted by Patrick Mitchell, Regional Director - South, Health Education England23 January 2019

One of the quirks of life, particularly in the NHS, is that there is a sense in which we have two New Years per year, the one in January and then another one in April. We have been doing it this way for centuries, so it must work.

According to the news earlier this month, the NHS is...

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Building Partnerships

Posted by Patrick Mitchell, Regional Director - South, Health Education England6 November 2018

Patrick Mitchell, Health Education England’s (HEE) Regional Director for the south, argues strongly that partnerships still have the power to transform future health & care services.

Breaking Barriers

In this fast moving and ever-changing world, the one thing that everyone can...

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