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Quality Improvement Fellows paving the way to improve healthcare quality in the east of England

Posted7 February 2017

Health Education England is shaping local healthcare systems through a new cohort of Quality Improvement Fellows (QIFs).

The programme, now in its 5th year, gives NHS clinical leaders and managers the support, funding and expertise to deliver sustainable quality improvement in their areas...

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Kathy’s Blog - January 2017

Posted27 January 2017

Kathy Branson is the Executive Lead for Special Projects in the East of England at Health Education England - This blog gives you updates on her key workstreams.

 

Welcome to our blog, we haven’t updated you for a while but the team has been busy further developing existing and...

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Pre-registration trainee pharmacist competency panel pilots: Chairs required

Posted31 October 2016

Health Education England is currently trialling in the East Midlands and East of England the use of independent competency panels to pilot a potential sign-off of the pre-registration training portfolio. 

For this pilot process we would like to appoint six senior pharmacists to chair the...

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Leadership Programme for Trainee Doctors

Posted4 September 2016

Health Education England is inviting applications by the 12 September 2016 from trainee doctors in the east of England for Cohort Six of the Leadership Programme for Trainee Doctors.

The course takes place over five contact days between now and March, with participants developing their...

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East of England Primary Care Incubator

Posted2 August 2016

Our first East of England Primary Care Incubator Meeting was held on 23 June 2016 to discuss how the Eastern Academic Health Science Network (EASHN) could support HEE’s current primary care workforce initiatives in the east of England.

The Managing Director for EASHN, Dr Steve Feast,...

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Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) Explained

Posted2 August 2016

In December 2015, the NHS shared planning guidance 16/17 – 20/21 outlining a new approach to help ensure that health and care services are built around the needs of local populations. To do this, every health and care system in England will produce a multi-year...

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Non-medical endoscopist roles helping to transform the NHS workforce

Posted22 June 2017

Health Education England’s (HEE) accelerated training pilot for non-medical endoscopists has proved a success says a new report published today.

The report by the Office for Public Management explored HEE’s accelerated training pilot for non-medical endoscopists (NMEs) looking at its...

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Major new study on health benefits of swimming released

Posted21 June 2017

A new study has been released today that evidences the health and wellbeing benefits of swimming. The report shows that the unique benefits of water make it the perfect place for people of all ages to exercise, particularly those with long term health conditions.It also found evidence that...

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HEE’s Sally Cheshire awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours

Posted20 June 2017

Sally Cheshire, HEE’s LETB chair for the north of England was awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours over the weekend for her services to the NHS and infertility patients.

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Watch Professor Ian Cumming deliver his keynote speech at Confed17

Posted16 June 2017

Health Education England Chief Executive Professor Ian Cumming delivered a key note speech at the NHS Confederation conference in Liverpool, looking at the need to be flexible and innovative in developing the NHS for today and tomorrow.

"The figures released by NHS Digital show a trend in...

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