Health Education North Central and East London (HE NCEL) has responsibility for ensuring high quality education and training is provided to all health professionals including the next generation of doctors, dentists and nurses across the area. To do this effectively and to ensure the best possible outcomes and experience for patients and people, HE NCEL will work closely with key stakeholders to ensure everything is driven by patient needs and by local healthcare providers.
HEE has commissioned a national Older Person’s Nurse Fellowship Programme, which aims to develop a cadre of nurse leaders who are recognised experts in the care of older people, have national influence and are able to drive change. The programme will be delivered by King’s College London and further details can be found on their […]
Providing support for newly qualified health professionals through preceptorship has long been advocated as a means of improving patient care by assisting new practitioners in developing confidence, clinical skills, and encouraging workforce retention by supporting students in the transition to being a registered practitioner. HE NCEL, together with its partner organisations, has developed and agreed […]
Health Education North Central and East London (HE NCEL) are pleased to announce that applications for their 2014 Quality Awards are now open until the 11th November. These Awards will enable HE NCEL to acknowledge and celebrate the excellent work across North Central and East London to deliver excellence in multi-disciplinary education, training and workforce […]