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Recommendations for fairer tariff funding 

Posted by 1 April 2022

Since April 2021, Health Education England has assumed greater responsibility for the development of the healthcare education and training placement tariffs.

Supported by the Department of Health and Social Care, and NHS England/ Improvement, and other stakeholders’ we have developed...

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Strength in tough times

Posted by 21 March 2022

As the 2021-2022 year draws to a close, it has continued to be the toughest period since the NHS was created, exacerbated by shortages in key workforce areas.

The NHS and our people need to recover from the pandemic, deal with a huge backlog of care, and prepare for longer term challenges...

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Blog: Mental health social work, me and HEE

Posted by 17 March 2022

This week is Social Work Week and Social Work Awareness Day. Dr Lynn Prendergast, Associate Director, Social Care working in Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT), shares her experiences of developing mental health social work in the NHS.

Like many people, I went into...

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‘The challenge of workforce planning’

Posted by 4 March 2022

Ask anyone in health and care sectors what the major challenge is and workforce will be the answer. Then ask the same people what should be done, and their answer is better planning. 

The real answer is transparent, cooperative, funded social care integrated planning with interventions...

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New Online Learning Catalogue

Posted by 22 February 2022

Careers in health and social care are fantasticality rewarding, important and worthwhile for the communities that we are trusted to care for. As a nurse of almost thirty years, I will always encourage working in the NHS or in social care to others; with such a vast array of careers to...

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‘Why is global learning so vital’

Posted by 18 February 2022

Never has the need for us to recognise and promote ‘global learning’ been starker as we emerge from the single biggest global health crisis that all of us have faced in our lifetimes.  

The World Health Organisation recognise that for us to become genuinely prepared for further threats to...

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Loneliness and Isolation, a blog by Val Barker

Posted by 11 February 2022

Before my partner and I moved in together, I lived on my own for a very long time. I never felt lonely and although I lived in a tiny, tucked away, detached cottage, I never felt isolated. I was much younger and had lots of friends, boyfriends, a job and a good social life. It sometimes...

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