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Posted13 October 2013
On 4 October 2013, Health Education Kent, Surrey and Sussex and its partners showcased innovative work to Health Education England (HEE) Chief Executive Professor Ian Cumming and Non-Executive Director Kate Nealon.
The day was introduced by Matthew Kershaw, Chief Executive of Brighton and...
Posted10 October 2013
Laughology is a unique and innovative system which uses the psychology of laughter and humour as a personal development tool. The links between humour, laughter, health and well-being are well-researched and Laughology uses this solid scientific data as a basis for its methodology.
Posted9 October 2013
Joining the NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme puts you on the road to developing the skills and confidence you need to lead our organisation through its transformation into an ever more efficient, successful and professional health care service.
Being a multi-award winning Scheme,...
Posted15 August 2013
Up to 200 aspirant nurses will be recruited in care settings in six areas across England to get real, paid caring experience for up to year as a Healthcare Assistant before they apply to take up an NHS-funded degree course.
Earlier this year, the government, in its response to the Francis...
Posted10 July 2013
In celebration of the National Health Service’s 65th birthday, we look back at how the NHS has been developing people for 65 years with regard to training, education and workforce development.
HEE has created an infographic which highlights some of the key mile stones that have taken...