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Accent Leave Manager

Posted20 May 2022

The Accent Leave Manager System, currently in use across certain Health Education England (HEE) regions, is being rolled out nationally to support the approval of leave requests for NHS organisations with complex processes. 

The system offers many potential benefits including:

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New report finds healthcare staff need support to use AI safely

Posted19 May 2022

Frontline healthcare staff will need bespoke and specialised support before they will confidently use artificial intelligence (AI) in their clinical practice, a new report has found today.

The NHS aims to be a world leader in the use of emerging technologies like AI that could support...

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More than 6,000 enrol on nursing degree apprenticeships

Posted12 May 2022

More than 6,000 students have enrolled on nursing degree apprenticeships since the programme began, new figures from Health Education England to mark National Nurses Week reveal.

The figures represent a welcomed boost to the NHS target of reaching 50,000 additional nurses by 2024.


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First new mammography apprentices graduate to the NHS workforce

Posted6 May 2022

The first mammography apprentices trained by the National Breast Imaging Academy in partnership with Health Education England have graduated with flying colours.

The eight mammography associates, who began training in 2019, have now joined the NHS workforce in the north of England to help...

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