HEE and the NHS Leadership Academy have been shortlisted in this year’s prestigious Health Service Journal (HSJ) awards that recognise and celebrate projects contributing to healthcare excellence.
Around 1700 healthcare professionals attend the awards ceremony, which has become one of the largest awards in the health care sector.
The awards encourage innovative healthcare projects that help to improve the service the NHS provides to its patients and ensure healthcare professionals have the right skills to provide the highest quality care.
HEE and the Leadership Academy have been shortlisted in the following four categories;
- The HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Programme - shortlisted in the Improving Outcomes Through Learning and Development category (jointly submitted with National Institute for Health Research
- West Midlands Leadership Academy, Health Education England, Forward Thinking Leaders: Developing inclusive leaders and communities to deliver an NHS for tomorrow - shortlisted in the Improving Outcomes Through Learning and Development category.
- CapitalNurse, jointly sponsored by Health Education England, NHS England and NHS Improvement, CapitalNurse Urgent & Emergency Care Qualification in Specialism in the Staff Engagement category
- The Rotating Paramedic Programme - shortlisted in the Workforce category
Professor Ian Cumming, Chief Executive of Health Education England said:
I'm delighted to see so many of Health Education England's programmes of work nominated in these prestigious awards and I’d like to congratulate the HEE employees involved in these programmes. These awards recognise HEE's contribution to healthcare excellence and showcase innovative initiatives which exist to ensure we have the right workforce for the future, ultimately impacting positively upon the care offered to patients.