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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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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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HEE welcomes views on your experience of our corporate website

Posted1 July 2016

In December 2015 we launched our new website, which covers the work delivered by HEE nationally, and its 13 local teams, as well as the latest news, upcoming events and much more.

Depending on who you are, we understand that your interactions with our websites may well be varied.

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South LETB chair appointed

Posted29 June 2016

Jane Barrie has been appointed as the chair of the new regional LETB for the south following HEE Board’s decision to move from 13 LETBs to four new LETBs based on the four regions.

The following LETB Chair appointments will take effect from 1 August 2016;

  • South, Jane Barrie...

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New guides provide routes to clinical academic careers

Posted14 September 2017

Two guides to support healthcare professionals to develop clinical academic careers are launched today.

The guides have been developed by Health Education England (HEE) and the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) to provide information on the various awards available through the...

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HEE supports World Sepsis Day

Posted13 September 2017

Health Education England is proud to support World Sepsis Day today.

Sepsis is a common and potentially life-threatening condition triggered by an infection which causes the body’s immune system to go into overdrive, and if it not treated quickly, it can lead to multiple organ failure and...

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HEEs South Regional Director Patrick Mitchell blogs on primary care

Posted13 September 2017

HEE's South of England Regional Director, Patrick Mitchell, shares his thinking on the importance of new training hubs to the transformation of primary care.

In the first of a new series of regular blogs, Health Education England's South Regional Director, Patrick...

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Congratulations to those shortlisted in HSJ Awards 2017

Posted11 September 2017

HEE has had three projects recognised and shortlisted in this year’s HSJ Awards. The awards are one of largest celebrations of healthcare excellence in the world, recognising and promoting the finest achievements in the NHS, and showcasing them to the service’s most influential leaders.

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