Health Education England Quality Interventions - Published Reports
Health Education England (HEE) is responsible for ensuring that there are high-quality learning environments for all healthcare learners in England. Since the publication of the multi-professional HEE Quality Strategy and HEE Quality Framework in 2016/17 (since refreshed in 2021), HEE regional teams have used a suite of agreed Quality Interventions to monitor and improve the quality of education and training across England. These often involve gaining direct feedback and insights from learners and their supervisors/educators during visits to the provider organisations where healthcare education and training, funded thorough the NHS Education Contract, is delivered (including an increasing variety of settings in the primary, secondary, community and independent sector).
HEE is committed to publishing the outcome reports of these quality interventions, which you will be able to find below.
It is important to note that the details provided in these reports relate to a snapshot of the learning environment at single point in time. HEE and the provider will be working collaboratively to address any areas outlined where HEE’s quality standards, as set-out in the HEE Quality Framework and NHS Education Contract, are not being met. We will also seek to identify, highlight and share good practice where we find it.
Published reports are set out below by region. Please note that the evidence presented in each report will include the views, opinions and experiences of healthcare learners, educators and management at a particular period in time.