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Lucy Dyer - my experience so far

Posted by 10 February 2021

I am now halfway through my eight-week placement with HEE, and still loving every second! Over the past four weeks, I have been sitting in on meetings learning about the various aspects of HEE as well as working on our AHP project. 

 

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350 Careers. One NHS. Your Future – The impact of COVID

Posted by Dr Navina Evans5 February 2021

Next week, 8th-12th February 2021 marks National Apprenticeship Week, a celebration of our NHS people working across a vast range of roles and areas in health and care.

Our apprentices make a huge contribution to the delivery of essential services across the NHS in front line clinical and...

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Coming together to weather the storm – the cultural impact of COVID

Posted by Dr Navina Evans29 January 2021

Despite the fear, loss, and uncertainty brought about by this pandemic, we have seen numerous examples of our people within HEE, and across the health and care system, coming together to weather the storm by supporting one another to address the challenges it has triggered.

Across the...

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Why I became a physiotherapy student - Lucy Dyer

Posted by 22 January 2021

My name is Lucy Dyer, and I am a second-year physiotherapy student studying at the University of Winchester. I am currently doing a split placement with three days with Health Education England, and two days down in Gosport as an MSK community First Contact Practitioner. With a fellow student on...

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My priority is our people – those working with us now and in the future

Posted by Dr Navina Evans22 January 2021

This week has yet again, taken the impact of COVID on the lives of our health and care colleagues, our learners, our families, our friends, and our communities to another level.

There is simply no way of describing the devastation felt on Wednesday on hearing about the highest daily death...

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There is so much happening behind the scenes!

Posted by Dr Navina Evans8 January 2021

It has not been a normal festive season for any of us and the New Year has started with even more challenges. As we face another lockdown and increasing cases of COVID in our communities and hospitals, it is important we act together to do our bit, personally and professionally. HEE will...

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Extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures.

Posted by Dr Navina Evans8 January 2021

Requesting students and trainees once again adapt their training and education programmes for COVID-19 roles is a huge ask and, rightly, is a last resort for an NHS under extreme pressure.

There is absolutely no doubt that our learners make a huge contribution to health and social care...

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Biggest week in NHS history … workforce matters

Posted by Dr Navina Evans11 December 2020

This week has been one of, if not the biggest week in NHS history as we launched the COVID vaccination programme for health and care staff and the public we serve.

Having observed across the media, nurse May Parsons giving the first ever COVID vaccine to a patient at University Hospital...

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