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HEE supporting trainees during the pandemic and beyond

Posted1 February 2021

Professor Wendy Reid, Director of Education and Quality and Medical Director said:

"Health Education England (HEE) is continuing to support the collective response to this pandemic. We are working to support the wider system in delivering vital...

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2nd anniversary of Nursing Associates joining the NMC register

Posted28 January 2021

Today marks two years since the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) opened up their register to qualified nursing associates.  

Welcoming the news, James McLean, Deputy Chief Nurse, Health Education England said:  

“In two short years, it is great that over 2,700 nursing associates...

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New resources showcase Global Radiologist programme

Posted27 January 2021

A new animation and set of case studies highlighting the Global Radiologist programme which aims to attract and recruit radiologists from overseas for trusts in England has been launched today by Health Education England.   The resources set out how the process around becoming a global radiologist...

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HEE welcomes publication of new training standards for pharmacists

Posted21 January 2021

Health Education England has welcomed new education and training standards for pharmacists, published this week by the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC).

The new GPhC Initial Education and Training standards set out the knowledge, skills, understanding and professional behaviours a...

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HEE launches new roadmap for paramedic careers

Posted21 January 2021

Health Education England has developed a new pathway to help paramedics advance their careers.

The ‘roadmap to practice’ outlines the skills and attributes needed to help paramedics become first contact practitioners (FCPs) or advanced practitioners (APs).

FCPs are diagnostic...

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