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Report published on reasons why doctors leave the NHS

Posted6 October 2021

Completing the picture – views of doctors who have stopped practising in the UK, why they left and what might encourage them to return has been published today and is available online.

Professor Sheona MacLeod, Deputy Medical Director, Education Reform, Health Education England said:...

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New programme to boost critical care workforce launches

Posted4 October 2021

More Nurses and Allied Health Professionals will receive specialist training in critical care as a new blended learning package, aimed at strengthening the workforce in intensive care units, is rolled out across England.

Health Education England (HEE) secured £10m to deliver this...

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HEE welcomes NMC recommendations for education reform

Posted23 September 2021

Health Education England has welcomed the news from the NMC that it is making recommendations to modernise pre-registration education programme standards which will be discussed at the next board meeting on 29 September.

Professor Mark Radford, Chief Nurse at Health Education England and...

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Re-appointment for HEE Chair and board members

Posted20 September 2021

Sir David Behan, chair of HEE and his non-executive colleagues on the board, Dr Liz Mear and Professor Andrew George, have been appointed for another term by the Department of Health and Social Care.

They will continue in their roles until 2024.

To read the full announcement visit...

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Call for NHS Ambassadors to inspire young people 

Posted13 September 2021

Health and care professionals are being asked to sign up as NHS Ambassadors to volunteer their time sharing their experiences of work with young people and inspiring them to pursue a career in health and care.   


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