Simulation-based education strategy
The Simulation-Based Education (SBE) strategy will provide a national, strategic approach to SBE that will be locally led and delivered.
- Ensure equity of access
- Provide patient-centred, service driven SBE
- Encourage quality of provision
- Provide value for money
- Promote collaboration of sharing
- Promote innovation
The project looked at information on SBE delivery from the HEE area offices. From this information, themes emerged, which were then synthesised into the five guiding principles. These guiding principles have been socialised and discussed through a consultation process. In particular, the multi-professional simulation reference group members have been instrumental in the development of the guiding principles.
The HEE simulation-based education framework defines the vision and expectations for a national approach to the delivery of SBE across England.
The framework will support the development, delivery and commissioning of SBE. This, in turn, will shape policy and strategy, leading to a circular process that is quality assured, transparent and robust.
View the suite of films that complement the simulation-based education framework.
For more information about the simulation-based education project please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pilots and innovation
We are working on a number of small scale projects exploring the benefits of new technologies to support education and training in health and care.
They will increase chances and speed of HEE, and partners, to derive benefits from the latest and emerging technologies.
For more information on our pilots and innovation work please email email@example.com.