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Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been shortlisted in the HSJ Awards

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is the largest acute hospital in Norfolk, employing over 6,500 staff, has been shortlisted in this year’s HSJ Awards workforce category. They offer a variety of impressive apprenticeship frameworks across clinical and non-clinical roles from Levels 2 to 5 leading to the Trust being shortlisted for…

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Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust has been shortlisted in the HSJ Awards workforce category

Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust has been shortlisted in the HSJ Awards workforce category for improved training and a new Clinical Quality Framework for Care Homes. This innovative community initiative to transform service delivery across Nottinghamshire has led to the development of a new Clinical Quality Framework (CQF) and bespoke training for people working in…

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Health Education East Midlands are shortlisted in the HSJ Awards workforce category

Health Education East Midlands have been shortlisted in the HSJ Awards workforce category taking place on 19th November for responding to the workforce challenge, by equipping nurses for general practice. General practice is under growing pressure to meet an increasing demand for timely and accessible services. This, together with the growing prevalence of long-term conditions,…

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Health Education England with East Kent Hospitals University Foundation NHS Trust has been shortlisted for the HSJ Awards workforce category.

Health Education England (HEE) with East Kent Hospitals University Foundation NHS Trust (EKH) have been shortlisted in this year’s HSJ Awards workforce category for establishing hot ‘emergency-based’ & cold ‘ward-based’ teams to enhance the trainee experience, improving patient care at weekends. EKH has a strong commitment to education with a community of 445 medical students…