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Research and Innovation

Research and innovation

As part of our commitment to the Government’s mandate to HEE, we will develop a more flexible workforce. A workforce that is able to respond to the changing patterns of service and embrace research and innovation - meaning that that staff are able to adapt to the changing demands of public health, services and patients.

Our work focuses on doing more to make sure the benefits of research evidence are communicated, with a focus on innovation to drive up quality and productivity in all parts of the NHS.

eLearning

Health Education England, working across the South, supports employer organisations to take advantage of technology enhanced learning for staff and learners.

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Library and knowledge services

The 29 NHS-funded library services in the South West, Thames Valley and Wessex are local gateways to high quality information and sources of expert help and guidance.

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Quality Improvement

Health Education Wessex (HEE Wes) is proud to offer a wide range of opportunities in quality improvement, from individual funded fellowships for postgraduate medical trainees and other health care professionals, to team based and even international programmes.

Quality Improvement

Wessex Clinical Academic Careers

Clinical academics are clinically active health researchers. They work in health and social care as clinicians to improve, maintain, or recover health while in parallel researching new ways of delivering better outcomes for the patients they treat and care for.

Wessex Clinical Academic Careers

Simulation Education

Clinical simulation training is increasingly used to introduce clinicians to new operative and interpersonal skills and techniques to help keep them up to date and assess competence.

Simulation Education

Genomics

Ensuring that the health service remains a world leader in genomic and precision medicine

Genomics