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We have an important job to do

Posted by Professor Mark Radford3 December 2021

This week Navina is taking a well-deserved break and I am stepping in to write this update. It has certainly been a busy time with last week’s announcement that HEE will merge with NHS England and NHS Improvement to create a stronger organisation that aligns workforce, financial and service...

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Addressing health inequalities through alternative workforce models

Posted by 1 December 2021

Our duty to patients, taxpayers and our NHS people is to ensure education and training funds are used effectively and distributed fairly in relation to patient need. Across the NHS, this means we must have open and honest conversations, based on evidence about effectiveness, outcomes, and value...

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Doing the right thing isn’t always easy

Posted by Dr Navina Evans19 November 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the extent of health inequalities even more starkly and has emphasised the need for us to improve fairness for everyone. This means ensuring we address ongoing health inequalities by investing the money we have in ways that best meet patient needs.

Our duty...

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Professionalising the workforce : SCIE conference

Posted by Sir David Behan11 November 2021

On the 10 November 2021 our chairman Sir David Behan spoke at the Care Talk Live Conference, hosted by Care Talk magazine in association with the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) and titled: 'From New Normal to New Future - How has the response to Covid-19 changed social care practice...

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A long-term strategic framework for workforce planning by spring 2022.

Posted by Dr Navina Evans5 November 2021

Earlier this year HEE was commissioned to convene work with leaders, influencers and advocates to co-design and shape a long-term strategic framework for workforce planning by spring 2022.

For the first time ever, this will span health and social care, and will also include regulated...

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‘Together We are the NHS’

Posted by Dr Navina Evans27 October 2021

A pandemic on the scale of COVID-19 was always likely to cause major disruption to health services, and frontline NHS organisations have undoubtedly been tested to their limits. Across all healthcare settings the NHS acted swiftly to bolster its emergency preparedness and resilience, and rose to...

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‘Collaboration is the only game in town’

Posted by Dr Navina Evans12 October 2021

I’ve now been HEE’s Chief Executive for a year. The time has flown and so much has happened in this period! 

Not only have we achieved on key mandate deliverables - recruiting a record number of GP trainees; helping to deliver a record 32% rise in student nurse applications; adding...

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Race equality in GP training

Posted by Professor Dominic Patterson, Primary Care Dean in Yorkshire and the Humber,8 October 2021

In the first HEE blog to mark Black History Month 2021, Primary Care Dean in Yorkshire and the Humber, Professor Dominic Patterson, considers Race Equality in GP training

In September 2021 I was proud to welcome over 350 people from across the UK to HEE’s first conference dedicated to...

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