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Peer power comes to the Health and Care Innovation Expo 2018

Posted by Phil Hough and Simon Hough3 September 2018

Peer support is one of the new roles featured in the HEE Star, a tool developed by HEE to support workforce transformation across the NHS. Peer support workers are individuals with priorpersonal experience of health and care services, equipping them with the knowledge and insights often helpful...

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Emerging careers and technological advances in our NHS

Posted by Patrick Mitchell, Regional Director - South, Health Education England13 August 2018

Following the 70th anniversary of the National Health Service last month, Patrick Mitchell, Health Education England’s (HEE) Regional Director for the south, looks to its future with the emergence of new healthcare sector careers and an NHS that is changing with the times.

There are...

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Flexibility continues to be a key theme throughout our Medical Education reforms

Posted by Professor Wendy Reid, Director of Education and Quality, Medical Director30 May 2018

I am delighted to launch our latest update report on the progress of our work to enhance the lives of doctors in training. It has been a little while since I last blogged about our work, and the report reflects how busy our team, and our partners, have been. 

Our last report marked the...

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Person-centred care improving patient outcomes during Mental Health Awareness Week

Posted by Professor Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Chief Nurse and Interim Regional Director for London and the South East, Health Education England.15 May 2018

I’m fortunate to be able to meet so many health and care staff around the country delivering innovative and person-centred care in all kinds of settings - and one particular example which stands out for me is Look Ahead supported housing project services in East London.

Look Ahead...

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The ARCP process should support greater flexibility, and better opportunities for meaningful feedback for doctors in training

Posted by Professor Sheona MacLeod, Deputy Medical Director for Education Reform, Health Education England20 February 2018

I am delighted that HEE has launched the report setting out the findings from our major review of the Annual Review of Competency Progression (ARCP).

As the process by which we check that doctors in training are safe to practise and are progressing, the ARCP clearly needs to be consistent...

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Starting a conversation about community nursing

Posted by Professor Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Chief Nurse and Interim Regional Director for London and the South East19 February 2018

In her blog, Professor Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Chief Nurse and Interim Regional Director for London and the South East, Health Education England, outlines the ongoing work to support community nursing as professionals respond to changing patient needs.

Community nursing is changing in...

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The role of apprentices in meeting our future healthcare need

Posted by Patrick Mitchell, Regional Director - South, Health Education England14 February 2018

Patrick Mitchell, HEE’s South of England Regional Director, considers the role of apprentices in meeting our future healthcare needs.

Today’s healthcare providers face unprecedented challenges and financial pressures and workforce gaps frequently dominate the news. Our own recently...

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It really is 'Time to Change' both attitudes and provision for mental health illness

Posted by Patrick Mitchell, Regional Director - South, Health Education England4 December 2017

With one in four British workers affected by conditions like anxiety, depression and stress every year, changing attitudes and providing better support for people with mental health problems has never been so important.

That's why HEE joined a growing movement of more than 500 employers...

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The trainee nursing associate role is proving to be an exciting addition to the nursing workforce

Posted by Professor Lisa Bayliss Pratt, Chief Nurse, Health Education England1 December 2017

It has been a year since the first 2,000 trainee nursing associates started on their training journey, over 8,000 people applied for only 2,000 places showing that there is a huge appetite for the role. Early indications are that 95% of current trainees are expected to stay on in the role which...

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