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Leading in partnership: training students in the pandemic

Posted by 15 July 2020

It's been a sobering few months on so many levels, yet it has been a time of seeing people flourish, adapt and lead in adversity.

As the pandemic took hold, the enormity of the challenge of maintaining the clinical training of our thousands of allied health professions students escalated...

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As we celebrate the 72nd Birthday of the NHS this weekend, I have been reflecting on the changes not only to the NHS throughout my NHS career, but also at HEE since we were formed as an ALB.

Posted by Professor Wendy Reid3 July 2020

Dear Colleagues,

As we celebrate the 72nd Birthday of the NHS this weekend, I have been reflecting on the changes not only to the NHS throughout my NHS career, but also at HEE since we were formed as an ALB.

There is no doubt that across health and care we have seen a growing...

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The power to innovate collectively

Posted by Professor Wendy Reid, Interim Chief Executive, HEE – key contribution from Dr Neil Ralph, Head of the HEE Technology Enhanced Learning team22 June 2020

In my new blog series, I’m sharing thoughts about how Health Education England (HEE) is playing its part in looking beyond the ‘here and now’, focusing on where we need to be and how we reset to the ‘new normal’ while harnessing learning for the benefit of our front line professionals as well as...

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An innovative approach to placements

Posted by Char Hobbs 22 June 2020

Hello, I am Char and I am a second-year student physiotherapist, studying at Winchester University. I have worked as a physio assistant for over two years and I was able to gain so much experience by doing this alongside my learning. I have completed three placements during university including...

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It is clear we are going to have to learn to live with COVID-19 for some time, which means we will need to retain our ability to quickly rebalance our services and the teams who are vital to their delivery.

Posted by Professor Wendy Reid12 June 2020

It is clear we are going to have to learn to live with COVID-19 for some time, which means we will need to retain our ability to quickly rebalance our services and the teams who are vital to their delivery. Temporary or longer-term service reconfiguration to address ‘living and working with...

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