Every year thousands of multi-professional learners undertake clinical placements. For HEE, the quality of teaching, learning and assessments in work-based placements lies at the heart of its responsibility in the NHS.
NETS will enable us to reach a wider range of clinical learners, identify good practice and ensure improvements in educational quality.
From 2020, NETS will run bi-annually, with our next survey launching in June 2020.
2019 - Regional reports
These four reports provide a breakdown on NETS results per region.
- NETS - London report - 2019
- NETS - Midlands and East report - 2019
- NETS - North report - 2019
- NETS - South report - 2019
2019 - Initial Report Findings
This report provides an initial, national overview of all 2019 survey responses. The 2019 survey from Monday 11 November to Sunday 13 December. The overall response rate for the 2019 survey was 30,585, a 28% increase from the inaugural NETS survey in 2018.
Evaluating healthcare education and training placements is vital to identify improvements and share best practice, so staff can develop the right skills, values and behaviours to deliver high-quality patient care. The survey allows placement providers to see how they compare nationally and across all learner and professional groups.
To help share the NETS survey with all our learners we developed a Communications Toolkit.
If you used the Toolkit we would love to gather your feedback to ensure we’re providing the right tools, information and resources for our stakeholders. We realise you’re probably all-surveyed out but…you can give us your Toolkit feedback here.