The overall aim of the Advancing Professional Education Through Health Information Systems (APE-THIS) project was to provide the infrastructure required to facilitate enhanced understanding for nursing, and other healthcare students, of health information systems and the value of health information, thereby ensuring that graduating students hold essential informatics competencies prior to taking up healthcare posts. This would be achieved through connectivity from specified university computers to a dedicated mirror of the Allscripts training platform at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust.
Tools & Resources
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:
This page hosts issues of the Reducing Pre-Registration Attrition and Improving Retention (RePAIR) Case Study sites newsletter. The newsletters give updates on the case study community sites looking at their activities, interventions and progress.
HEE working across the North West hosted the North West ESR BIG SIG (Special Interest Group) attended by over 90 representatives from NHS Trusts, CCG’s and Shared Service Providers in the North West. The NW ESR BIG SIG combines national and North West ESR updates with special interest groups for Payroll, OLM (Online Learning Management), Self-Service, HR, Reporting, Finance & Payroll. Please see below the agendas/presentations given at the event.
The HEE workforce Star tool was launched at the Health and Care Innovation Expo 2017.
The tool has two main functions:
A 'Learning Matters' awards 2017 Case Study.
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:
Health Education England (HEE) working across the North West is currently piloting, for 12 months, a partnership of Trusts within Greater Manchester to deliver non-credit bearing Multi-Professional Support of Learning and Assessment in Practice (MSLAP) programme in NHS, private, voluntary and independent settings under an agreement with the University of Bolton (UoB).
A series of studies have been curated to capture best practice, and highlight innovations, from the joint Health Education England (HEE) working across the North West and Voluntary Sector North West ‘Learning Matters’ awards 2017. The awards are part of a cross sector adult learning campaign delivered for the health and care sector through a number of key regional partnerships and collaborations. The overarching theme of the awards is simple: lifelong learning is good for people, organisations and health.