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HEE marks the third anniversary of Nursing Associates on the NMC register

Posted by Vanessa Bassnett 28 January 2022

To celebrate the third anniversary of Nursing Associates on the NMC register, HEE’s Deputy Chief Nurse, James McLean reflects on this essential role.

Today marks three years since the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) opened their register to include nursing associates.  

This is...

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‘A new organisation’

Posted by 21 January 2022

This week, I am keen to update you on our work to bring together Health Education England, NHS Digital, NHSX, and NHS England and NHS Improvement into a new single organisation.

The legal merger of our organisations is subject to Parliament’s approval of the Health and Care Bill, and...

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New Year Message

Posted by 7 January 2022

We enter 2022 with the NHS facing unprecedented demand. It truly is a winter like no other. The past two years have taken and continue to have an inevitable strain on our NHS people and our health and care learners across all professions, whose training and education is a key part of NHS service...

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I am incredibly proud to be part of the nation’s efforts.

Posted by 17 December 2021

My final message for the year, comes as the NHS is once again facing unprecedented challenges with the COVID Omicron variant. As we rally together to deliver the accelerated booster campaign and respond to huge urgent and planned care pressures across the country, ‘Our NHS People’ never fail to...

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Studying with a disability: A student nurse’s experience

Posted by 16 December 2021

Shaun Williams is a learning disability nursing student at Keele University, and a member of the RCN Council. He is soon set to be a registered learning disability nurse working in forensic services.

In the United Kingdom, 21% of adults report having a disability and it is estimated that...

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This Disability History Month, our Deputy Medical Director for undergraduate education and Foundation programmes, Professor Liz Hughes MBE, shares her story and perspective.

Posted by Prof Liz Hughes MBE3 December 2021

I’ve been a hospital consultant for over 30 years in chemical pathology and metabolic medicine, and I’m also a proud Disability Champion. This Disability History Month 2021, we celebrate great disabled people of the past and present and the potential to create change to build a more equal future...

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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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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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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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