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We are the NHS

Posted15 August 2019

Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Chief Nurse, Health Education England said:

“Being a nurse in the NHS is more rewarding than ever and I would encourage anyone who is currently thinking of applying to university to consider a career in nursing.

To be a nurse today means working in a role with...

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HEE welcomes new graduates

Posted7 August 2019

Today is Welcome Wednesday, it marks the day that thousands of newly qualified medical graduates start work in hospitals across the country.

Professor Wendy Reid, Medical Director and Executive Director of Education Health Education England said:

“I would like to welcome all the...

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Outstanding nursing associates honoured with new award

Posted6 August 2019

Two inspiring nursing associates have been acknowledged for their achievements with a new award named in honour of Health Education England (HEE)’s chief nurse.

Yvonne Reid-Hermitt and Paula Campbell-Powell received the award for ‘Most Outstanding’ students from namesake Lisa Bayliss-...

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Five HEE non-executive Board members announced

Posted5 August 2019

Health Education England has today welcomed the Government announcement of new non-executive directors (NEDs) to its board.

The appointees are Professor Soraya Dhillon MBE, Dr Liz Mear, Professor Andrew George, Dr Andrew Foster and Professor John Latham. HEE has also confirmed its...

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Pioneer Nursing Associates win prestigious healthcare award

Posted2 August 2019

Two of the country’s first nursing associates have been awarded the prestigious Cavell Star Award.

Nadeza Rappensbergova and Emma Green, based at Northampton General Hospital, were among the role’s pioneering graduates in March this year and have already made their mark.

They...

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