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Yorkshire and the Humber News

The latest news from Health Education England, working across Yorkshire and the Humber.

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Professor Liz Kay hands over School of Medicine Optimisation

Posted18 December 2017

Professor Liz Kay, Head of School handed over the lead for the School of Medicines Optimisation in Yorkshire and the Humber to the new Regional Head of Pharmacy for the North, Professor Chris Cutts. At the School Board on 11 December 2017 Mr David Wilkinson, Postgraduate Dean thanked Liz for her...

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Lazy Allies: a view on Black History Month through the lens of a bisexual white woman

Posted11 December 2017

Yorkshire and the Humber Leadership Academy's Evaluation Associate Rebecca Bevington attended our recent Innov8 Stakeholder event held in October 2017, in celebration of Black History Month and on the theme of Intersectionality. 

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Guest Blog: Cara Thompson at Innov8's Black History Month 2017 Stakeholder event

Posted11 December 2017

Cara Thompson is a Nottingham and Manchester based young creative, studying English Literature at the University of Manchester. A contributor to the Black Voices column on the Huffington Post website, Cara is a published and awarded writer, having placed third in the annual...

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The Queen opens Hull University’s new Allam Medical Building

Posted1 December 2017

On the 16 November Local Director for Yorkshire and the Humber, Mike Curtis and Sally Cheshire, HEE’s LETB Chair for the North were delighted to meet Her Majesty The Queen when she officially opened the Allam Medical Building at the University of Hull and Hull York Medical School.

The new...

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Yorkshire and Humber Skills Show 18/19th October 2017

Posted26 October 2017

Every year Skills England hold the above event at Elland Road, this year on behalf of Health Careers stakeholders from around the region and HEE staff came together to showcase the careers available within the NHS.

These skills events are free and open visitors’ minds to the range of...

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RADAR Guest Blog: Pauline Garnett

Posted23 October 2017

Pauline Garnett is a Sickle Cell & Thalassaemia Counsellor; Nursing & Midwifery Staff Governor at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. She is also a member of Yorkshire and the Humber Leadership Academy's BAME community, Radar. In her blog, Pauline shares with us her...

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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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