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HEE shortlisted in 2015 Health Service Journal (HSJ) Awards

Posted2 October 2015

HEE’s Talent for Care and Widening Participation programmes have been shortlisted for the HSJ Workforce award. Working with local NHS organisations across the country, the national programmes aim to improve education, training and development opportunities for people in NHS support roles and...

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HEE welcomes assurances about GP trainee pay

Posted1 October 2015

While junior doctor contract negotiations are a matter for NHS Employers, Health Education England are pleased to see the assurances that have been given consistently about maintaining GP trainee pay.

GP trainees should not be worse off as a result of any new contract and it is important...

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'Grow Your Own' programme shortlisted for the HSJ Awards

Posted30 September 2015

The ‘Grow Your Own’ Clinical Pathway, led by Health Education England - East of England in partnership with employers and HEIs to develop alternative routes into care in the NHS, has been shortlisted for the prestigious HSJ Awards in the Workforce category.

The team has encouraged a...

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Second video for GP recruitment campaign launched

Posted29 September 2015

The second in a series of six short videos to highlight the diverse nature of the role of a GP is being launched online today by Health Education England (HEE) as part the ‘There’s nothing general about general practice’ campaign.

This video focuses on asthma, a common condition seen in...

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HEE launches first video for GP recruitment drive

Posted24 September 2015

The first of a series of short videos to highlight the diverse and exciting nature of the role of a GP is being launched online today by Health Education England (HEE) as part of a new campaign to encourage more young doctors to become GPs.

Each video...

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