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Our latest local news and events posts are below. Visit our news page for more information or our events page for other upcoming events. You can also visit our national news and events page at HEE news.

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HealthTec Thames Valley launches

Posted25 October 2017

HealthTec Thames Valley had its official opening on Friday 20 October and showcases the new experimental learning facility located at Buckinghamshire College Group on the Aylesbury Campus site.

The facility, funded by Health Education England Thames Valley, brings health and education...

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SCAS opens recruitment centre and says thanks to HEE

Posted18 October 2017

South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SCAS) formally opened its state-of-the-art education and recruitment centre in Newbury on 17 October, 2017 and acknowledged two members of Health Education England staff by naming training rooms in their honour.

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HEE TV's success at Annual Leadership Recognition Awards

Posted24 August 2017

The Thames Valley and Wessex Leadership Academy held their annual leadership summit and recognition awards at Wokefield Park in Berkshire in March, 2017. We would like to say congratulations to Thames Valley's Associate Dean for Quality Improvement, Jacqueline Fairbairn Platt on winning an award...

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Pharmacy Partnership Event - 14 March

Posted28 February 2017

The Health Education England Partnership event was held on Tuesday 14 March, 2017 at the Holiday Inn, Peartree Roundabout, Woodstock Road, Oxford.

The event looked at what pharmacy do and how they help deliver the priorities set out in the sustainability and transformation plans and the...

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Annual Partnership Event's presentations now available

Posted17 October 2016

The annual partnership event was held at the Kassam Stadium in Oxford Thursday 13 October, 2016.

The event focused on the delivery of the sustainability and transformation plans through the transformation of the workforce giving an overview, as well as the current...

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Community Education Provider Networks

Posted8 September 2016

Health Education England Thames Valley (HEE TV) is committed to expanding and developing the primary and community health and care workforce to meet local population needs and support the wellbeing of staff. Community Education Provider Networks (CEPNs) (part of the HEE Training Hubs programme)...

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Learning Solution project reaches exciting new milestone in its development

Posted8 January 2018

Health Education England’s (HEE) Learning Solution project has reached an exciting new milestone in its development as it aims to provide access to a full range of resources, guidance and educational innovations across the NHS, social care and higher education.

The digital project will...

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Health and care leaders work together to improve services for Londoners

Posted5 January 2018

NHS organisations in London, the Mayor of London, London Councils and other regional health and care leaders in the capital are working together to bring about changes pledged in a new devolution deal signed with Secretary State for Health Jeremy Hunt in November. The deal gives a commitment to...

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HEE responds to GMC state of medical education and practice in the UK report

Posted19 December 2017

Professor Wendy Reid, Director of Education and Quality and Medical Director, Health Education England said:

“We need to ensure we are always doing as much as we can to provide consistent and full access to training opportunities that meet the needs of both doctors and the...

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Health Education England launches plan to 'future-proof' NHS and care workforce

Posted13 December 2017

The NHS needs radical action to improve working conditions, boost training and retention and become a ‘model employer’ for staff, a report on the future of the health and care workforce has concluded.

Facing the Facts,...

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