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Sir Keith Pearson reappointed as Chair

Posted17 February 2016

The Government has formally announced that Sir Keith Pearson has been re-appointed as Chair of HEE for two years from June 2016.

Professor Ian Cumming, HEE Chief Executive, said:

I am sure you will join me in welcoming this announcement. It gives us continuity and stability; two...

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HEE letter to NHS trust chief executives

Posted15 February 2016

Professor Ian Cumming, Health Education England Chief Executive, has written to NHS trust chief executives.

Dear Chief Executive,

You will have received a separate letter from Jim Mackey, CEO of NHS Improvement, in which he emphasises the importance of the consistent implementation...

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HEE’s national conference Makes Every Contact Count

Posted12 February 2016

Making Every Contact Count (MECC) is an approach to healthcare that encourages all those who have contact with the public to use these opportunities to talk about their health and wellbeing.

As part of its work to promote MECC, HEE held a national conference in partnership with Public...

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HEE NCEL to fund new educator posts for therapeutic radiographers

Posted1 February 2016

Health Education England NCEL has agreed to fund three one-year fixed term clinical educator posts across London to support undergraduate student placement and the development of the wider therapeutic radiography workforce. One post will be assigned to each of the three London Higher Education...

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HEE seeks views on new nursing support role

Posted28 January 2016

This consultation has now ended.

Healthcare employers, nurses, care assistants, health commissioners and other stakeholders are invited to comment on the design of a new nursing support role.

Health Education England (HEE) is keen to hear views on the new role, which will work alongside...

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