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E.g., 26/10/2021

It is my absolute pleasure to have officially joined HEE last week!

Posted by Navina Evans 9 October 2020

It is my absolute pleasure to have officially joined HEE last week, after a long 6-month induction period. I would like to thank all of you for the fantastic welcome that I have received from HEE colleagues, as well as from stakeholders such as NHS England and NHS Improvement, trusts, regulators...

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CEO stakeholder briefing

Posted by Lee Whitehead28 September 2020

Dear Colleagues,

While Wendy Reid, our Interim Chief Executive, is away it falls to me to guest write her weekly message from Health Education England.

Before I go any further, I want to acknowledge the upsurge in COVID-19 cases across the country, with local measures impacting on...

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The run up to World Patient Safety Day

Posted by Professor Mark Radford11 September 2020

With Wendy on some well-deserved annual leave, it is my pleasure as Chief Nurse to guest author her message this week, in the run up to World Patient Safety Day.

Keeping patients, services users, communities and our NHS and social care safe is a global health priority. The term ‘First do...

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World Suicide Prevention Day

Posted by Professor Simon Gregory4 September 2020

September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day. A day when organisations and communities across the world seek to raise awareness of how we can work together to ensure that fewer people die by suicide. HEE seeks that same goal and I’m pleased that Wendy has asked me to ‘guest’ this week’s...

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Young people matter to us and we need to help them.

Posted by Wendy Reid, Interim Chief Executive21 August 2020

Watching the impact of a series of decisions about A Levels, GCSEs and BTECs on young people serves to remind us that the consequences of COVID-19 go far beyond those infected by the virus. The consequences of a series of, no doubt, well-argued policy decisions have, when seen from a different...

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Working flexibly and differently is the future

Posted by Wendy Reid, Interim Chief Executive20 August 2020

Writing this message the day after A-Level results, it strikes me that the opportunities to move into a career in healthcare have never been so well showcased. Yesterday our Health Careers website saw a spike of 30% in the number of individuals visiting to understand the wide range of roles...

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Leading the way with a new blended learning nursing degree course

Posted by Henrietta Mbeah-Bankas, Head of Blended Learning and Digital Literacy Workstream Lead13 August 2020

Some of my professional colleagues and followers will know me in my previous role as one of the Clinical Leads for the National Mental Health Programme. Others will associate me with the Topol review. and or project manager for Digital Literacy, part of Building a Digital Ready Workforce (BDRW)...

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My split-placement with HEE

Posted by Char Hobbs10 August 2020

Over the last 8 weeks, I have been working on the AHP student placement workshop platform, to help create innovative placements for the future. I have been lucky enough to be a part of the workshop the whole way through. Beginning with contributing in professional body meetings with HEE to...

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