Healthcare professionals can now access two training modules on gender diversity and trans health, the first of their kind across NHS Wales.
To mark ‘International Day of Women and Girls in Science’, Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) are celebrating the outstanding achievements of the women we have working in science.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) welcomes new UK guidance that builds on the existing Wales national approval process for the approval of consultant pharmacists posts.
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RCN Wales pleased HEIW will support future cohorts of the RCN Prince of Wales Nurse Cadet Scheme.
Health Education and Improvement Wales have recently announced that they will be supporting three cohorts of new cadets in the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Prince of Wales Nurse Cadet Scheme; one in 2019/20 and two in 2020/21.
Recruiting Trainee Scientists for 2020.
NHS Wales are due to undertake the annual Clinical Scientist Trainee (STP) Recruitment Programme.
New apprenticeship scheme set to boost the healthcare workforce
Two new apprenticeship frameworks have been developed thanks to an exciting collaboration between health bodies across Wales.
A record number of trainees have accepted pre-registration pharmacist training places in Wales this year, totalling 155 - an increase of 60% from 2019/20.
An opportunity to hear Professor Michael West respond to your questions on the practice of compassionate and collective leadership - the underpinning approach of the new Health and Social Care Wales Leadership Strategy currently in development.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) is now offering newly qualified optometrists mentoring support – UK first for optometry.
Since its launch in Wales last year, close to 2,000 doctors have signed up to the UK’s first Medical Trainer Agreement, gaining recognition for their additional role as professional medical educators.
Health Education and Improvement Wales has teamed up with the Welsh Ambulance Service NHS Trust to help paramedics become Advanced Paramedic Practitioner (APPs)
An extra £16.4 million has been announced today to increase training places for nursing, midwifery and other health professions.
Patients suffering with sore throats will be able to get help and advice on their doorsteps this winter from community pharmacists.
Health Education and Improvement Wales has launched the BEST Trainer Awards 2019.
A new educational toolkit designed to help dental teams prevent and identify mouth cancer has been launched by Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW).
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) have won the ‘Improvement in Colleague Engagement and Experience’ award at this year’s HPMA Wales Excellence Awards.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) have been shortlisted in three categories at this year’s HPMA Wales Excellence Awards.
Health Education and Improvement Wales is looking for volunteers to join focus groups to help close the differential attainment gap among junior doctors in Wales.
HEIW received a remarkable 1208 applications from around the world for the 24 trainee clinical scientist positions available.