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Update on the National Education and Training Survey

Posted24 February 2023

The National Education and Training Survey (NETS) 2022 results have now been published.

You can use the online tool to view results for subjects, specialties and trusts. Meanwhile the Midlands Quality Team is currently in the process of reviewing all the NETS results to identify areas of...

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Schwartz Rounds for healthcare students

Posted24 February 2023

In October 2022 Health Education England offered every university across the Midlands the opportunity to introduce Schwartz Rounds for healthcare students. 

Discussions around how these will be implemented are now underway with those higher education institutes (HEIs) that signed up with...

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Allied health professions student council seeking representation

Posted24 February 2023

The allied health professions (AHP) student council is seeking representation from the following professions:

Diagnostic radiography Podiatry Osteopathy Prosthetists and orthotists Music therapists Art therapists Drama therapists

Please email jenny.davies@hee.nhs.uk for more information...

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Antimicrobial resistance, polypharmacy and calculations study day

Posted24 February 2023

The antimicrobial resistance, polypharmacy and calculations study day was a full packed study day for our trainee pharmacists.

Trainees spent the morning attempting pharmaceutical calculations, allowing them to identify which areas to focus their learning on in preparation for the GPhC...

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Mental health virtual clinical session for trainee pharmacists

Posted24 February 2023

Trainee pharmacists recently took part in a virtual clinical session on mental health. The clinical areas covered included anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and dementia.

The experts leading the session were Nigel Barnes (Chief Pharmacist) and Johanne Deeks (Deputy...

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