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Inspiring Excellence in Medical Education

Posted17 March 2017

HEE’s Kent, Surrey and Sussex local team joined forces with Maidstone Hospital and Education Business Partnership Kent to provide an innovative and interactive event for 16-19 year olds on Friday 10 March.  The event, aimed at increasing the understanding of the range of careers available in...

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Doctor’s Assistant roles in Kent, Surrey and Sussex

Posted16 March 2017

A project supported by Health Education England’s Kent, Surrey and Sussex team has been shortlisted for a BMJ award.

East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust’s Doctor’s Assistant project was established with the aim of reducing the time spent on...

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Our email addresses have changed

Posted13 February 2017

Effective immediately, all HEE staff members’ email addresses are now following this format:

firstname.surname@hee.nhs.uk.

If you do not receive a response from the new email address or if your enquiry is very...

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First recruits for new Emergency Medicine training

Posted10 January 2017

We have recently recruited our very first trainee into our Pre Hospital Emergency Medicine Sub-Specialty Programme.  This is a new programme for us, which aims to formalise training in pre hospital critical care.  Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance Trust (KSSAAT) will be the training provider...

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Kent, Surrey and Sussex Leadership and Innovation Awards - now open!

Posted16 December 2016

Do you know someone who goes above and beyond their role to make a difference? Now’s the time to nominate them for an award!

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HEE at Skills London 2016

Posted13 December 2016

Over 30,000 young people and their families attended Skills London 2016. We are proud to say that the NHS stand, funded by HEE and run both by our staff members and those from partner organisations was a great success in getting the word out to London’s young people about how to start a career...

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Enhancing junior doctors' lives

Posted14 March 2017

A comprehensive update report has been published today highlighting the progess made by Health Education England to enhance juniors doctors’ working lives...

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New report aims to make General Practice Nursing a top career destination

Posted8 March 2017

Improving training available in GP practice settings and raising the profile of the role  is key to helping to retain and expand the General Practice Nursing (GPN) workforce says a new report published today by Health Education England.

The General Practice nursing workforce development...

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New campaign shows that age is no barrier when it comes to apprenticeships

Posted6 March 2017

Apprenticeships are still only seen as an option for young people or for who do not want to go to university, according to new research published today by Health Education England (HEE).The campaign aims to promote apprenticeships in the NHS as a viable first choice for people of all ages, with...

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Clinician-led research vital to improving patient care and sharing best practice

Posted2 March 2017

Results of a national survey highlights the importance of nurse-led clinical research. The survey of nurses conducted by the Nursing Times, in collaboration with the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and Health Education England, shows that 98% of nurses surveyed think that nurse-led...

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