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New framework launched to strengthen mental health support services

Posted30 October 2020

Health Education England has published new guidance to help expand and boost the quality of mental health support services.

The new competence framework aims to strengthen training and help drive recruitment and diversity within the mental health peer support workforce, in line with the...

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Freedom to Speak Up training for all workers

Posted27 October 2020

Speak Up, Listen Up, Follow Up’, a new e-learning package, is aimed at anyone who works in healthcare. Divided into three modules, it explains in a clear and consistent way what speaking up is and its importance in creating an environment in which people are supported to deliver their best....

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Health Education England Annual Report highlights successes

Posted26 October 2020

The HEE annual report is now published and so we can look back at some of our key success of the last year. It has been an unprecedented time in the NHS in the last few months due to the impact of COVID-19 on services, the workforce and of course patients. HEE’s people played their role by...

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Health Education England statement on National Training Survey

Posted22 October 2020

The national training survey (NTS) the largest annual survey of doctors in the UK has been published by the General Medical Council (GMC) today. The survey sets out trainees views on their training and working environments and trainers share their perspectives as a clinical and/or educational...

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Lucy’s musical tribute steals the show in HEE competition

Posted21 October 2020

A 10-year-old girl from  Devon has been named national winner in HEE’s annual contest designed to help primary school children learn about roles in the NHS.

Lucy Stephenson, a pupil at Manor Primary School in Ivybridge, used her creativity to create an inspiring song about some of the...

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