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As we now step into the re-set phase of health and care provision, it is important that we all explore the impact that the current pandemic has, and continues to have, on vulnerable populations and on wellness and healthy living.

Posted by Professor Wendy Reid29 May 2020

In my update last week, I highlighted the importance of supporting the NHS to prevent ill-health and reduce health inequalities through education and training of the health and care workforce. Our work in partnership with Head of Schools of Public Health, NHS England and Improvement, the Faculty...

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This year the theme of Mental Health Awareness Week is ‘Kindness’.

Posted by Professor Wendy Reid22 May 2020

This year the theme of Mental Health Awareness Week is ‘Kindness’. In my message last week, I paid tribute to the Royal Free hospital after watching their COVID-19 BBC documentary. Thank you to everyone who responded directly to my message with appreciation for the kindness and recognition...

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We must all act now to achieve the ‘new normal’

Posted by Professor Wendy Reid11 May 2020

In the face of what is an unsettling and difficult time for us all, it’s been heart-warming to see the national outpouring of admiration and respect shown towards the NHS and other key workers in recent weeks. Much has been...

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Reforming Medical Education for the good of all

Posted by Professor Wendy Reid, Executive Director Education and Quality and Medical Director16 July 2019

It seems obvious to say, but doctors who receive high quality training, have the right support and feel valued and motivated, will deliver the best patient care.

 

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Enhancing Junior Doctors’ Working Lives

Posted by Sheona MacLeod, Deputy Medical Director for Education Reform24 June 2019

As we launch the latest progress report on Enhancing Junior Doctors’ Working Lives, it is good to see how our work aligns with the priorities set out in the NHS Long Term Plan and Interim People Plan. The need to provide appropriate support and development...

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Celebrating a century of caring for the vulnerable

Posted by 20 June 2019

Learning disability nurses may be one of the smallest groups in the profession, but what they lack in size they make up in impact they have on the lives of some of the most vulnerable citizens.

Learning disability nurses make up less than one per cent of the nursing population (NHS...

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