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Research and academic and TEL Global

NHSE Technology Enhanced Learning  collaborates with partner organisations, nationally and globally, to understand new and emerging technologies in health and care education and how these can benefit the workforce. 

Research and Academic

TEL leads on understanding new and emerging technologies in health and care education, how these can be employed to benefit the workforce and share insights across the health and care system.

Our research and academic workstream is ensuring that the techniques and technologies we use are evidence-informed and continue to create the required impact. This stimulates and drives research in the system so TEL can contribute new knowledge in healthcare education delivery and workforce development. 

Our ambition is to encourage research-informed practice across NHS TEL and to ensure the research ​we undertake is practice-informed.

TEL on the global stage 

TEL continues to expand its work overseas as an education and training expert advisor and trusted global partner. ​Our expertise as a national health workforce education provider is being offered to support the education and training of millions of health and care workers globally and help deliver the UN Sustainable Development Goals.​​

Funded by the World Health Organization, through the NHS’ WHO Collaboration Center and through ‘Year of the Health and Care Worker’, the programme builds new global views on health education overseas and in the UK.​

Our aims are:

  • build relationships with global education partners including WHO, UNESCO, THET​
  • develop TEL’s offer to the global health system, through overseas development and through eIntegrity​
  • support the development of the WHO Collaboration Center and WHO Academy​
  • work with the NHS diaspora to develop new global relationships

Contact us

Email tel@hee.nhs.uk to start the conversation about the development of digital and online resources, or if you have a question about any of our existing pieces of work.  Please also follow us on Twitter.