The Population Health and Prevention Network are delighted to invite you to attend their conference, ‘Building capacity and capability to deliver population health and prevention agendas: Health Education England’s role in prevention’ on Wednesday 7th March 2018 at the Queens Hotel, Leeds.
The objectives of the conference are to:
The HEE workforce Star tool was launched at the Health and Care Innovation Expo 2017.
The tool has two main functions:
This BiteSize Case study focuses on an ETP model in the North West of England which allowed for the enhancement of student opportunities in Primary Care.
Key Outcomes included:
This simple infographic explains the ‘workforce generations’ you may have heard described in the news. Who are Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Digital Natives?
This quick visual explains roughly which years each generation belongs to, the other names associated with each group, some key cultural and technological events from those years, the number they represent in the NHS workforce and some of their learning characteristics as outlined in the ‘Mind the Gap’ report.
Tuesday 20th June 2017, Haydock Park
HEE working across the North West hosted the North West ESR BIG SIG (Special Interest Group) attended by over 80 representatives from NHS Trusts in the North West. The NW ESR BIG SIG combines national and North West ESR updates with special interest groups for OLM (Online Learning Management), Self-Service, HR, Reporting, Finance & Payroll.
Please see below the links to access agenda’s and presentations/updates given at the event.
The Practice Nurse workforce is ageing with almost one in five General Practice Nurses (GPNs) aged 55 and over (GP Taskforce, 2014). In 2009, Buchan & Seccombe warned that the challenge of replacing those who retire will become a progressively prominent issue over the next few years. Notably, The General Practice Forward View (2016) cannot be delivered without sufficient recruitment and workforce expansion.
'Where the work is' is a free-to-use skills dashboard for the UK developed by Institute for Public Policy and Research (IPPR) and Burning Glass Technologies, enables users to explore demand for particular mid-skills roles, and likely levels of competition and potential salary.
Health Education England (working across the North West) has supported the setup of five Career Engagement Hubs, with a Hub being available within each sub region of the North West. The purpose of these hubs are
The North West Stakeholder Forum focussed on the implications for healthcare education following the recent announcements on the Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR). As part of the settlement, HEE will no longer be responsible for commissioning non-medical education after this year’s commissioning round.