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Reena reports from the Ossie Newell Foundation Launch

Posted by Reena Valand, east midlands innovation team, Health Education England3 October 2016

Reena Valand, who works for our Innovation team based in Leicester, recently attended the Ossie Newell Foundation launch, and wrote the article below:

I had the pleasure of being invited to the Ossie Newell Foundation Launch. The foundation aims to develop and sustain an organisation...

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Junior doctors' concerns at the top of the agenda

Posted by Wendy Reid14 September 2016

Summer might nearly be over, and although many of us will have had holidays, August was busy for a number of reasons!

In light of last month’s announcement that the BMA will be taking further industrial action throughout 2016, I thought that I would write this blog to discuss what we at...

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A fairer, more inclusive NHS for patients and staff

Posted by Sir Keith Pearson, Chair, Health Education England18 May 2016

During Equality, Diversity and Human Rights Week (16-20 May), an initiative led by NHS Employers to create a fairer, more inclusive NHS for patients and staff, HEE’s Chair, Sir Keith Pearson gives his vision on the Workforce Race Equality Standard which is helping to ensure the NHS has a...

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Revalidation time

Posted by Lynne Hall, Senior Nursing Policy Manager, Health Education England18 May 2016

In her blog, Lynne Hall, Senior Nursing Policy Manager at Health Education England (HEE), reflects on her own experiences of revalidation and provides some advice to nursing staff going through the process. 

There are commonly held myths that nurses like me who work in nursing policy...

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Mentorship and the role of the nurse and midwife

Posted by Karen Sheehy11 May 2016

Health Education England (HEE) has appointed, Karen Sheehy, a Registered Nurse and senior lecturer in mentorship and professional education at Oxford Brookes University, as a Fellow for one year. The post was developed due to challenge of the increasing number of adult nursing commissions over...

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Shaping the future nursing workforce - Professor Lisa Bayliss-Pratt

Posted by Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Director of Nursing and Deputy Director of Education and Quality, HEE9 May 2016

On 3 May, I was delighted to lead HEE’s second Thought Leadership Lecture, Shaping the nursing and care workforce for the future, in partnership with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).

Attended by a range of stakeholders including senior nursing leaders, commissioners, educators,...

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Kathy's Blog - May 2016

Posted by Kathy Branson, Executive Lead for Special Projects, Health Education England - east of England5 May 2016

Hello and welcome to this month’s blog, as always the team are keeping busy and as well as continuing to push forward with existing workstreams we have been developing the Supply Improvement Programme plans for 2016/17. Some exciting developments will follow and so keep watching this space. ...

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Developing flexible models and sharing good practice

Posted by Sue Hatton, Senior Nursing Policy Manager, Health Education England2 May 2016

Sue Hatton, Senior Nursing Policy Manager at Health Education England (HEE) provides an update on key areas of work in relation to the Shape of Caring Review.

A key theme within Raising the Bar, is Developing a flexible model. Since its publication, the autumn 2015 engagement activity and...

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