Having read Richard and Steve’s ‘Day in the life of a Consultant Nurse’ blogs, it is interesting to see the similarities and differences within the roles of Consultant Nurses. It’s great to understand the specialisms and expertise they have gathered within those roles and hear of the scope and impact they have had at their respective health boards across Wales.
Reading through Richard’s blog, ‘A Day in the Life of a Mental Health Consultant Nurse’, made me think of the similarities and differences in the day of a Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAHMS) Consultant Nurse - that’s me - Steve Riley, Consultant Nurse in North Wales. I thought it might be helpful for enthusiastic and ambitious nursing colleagues out there to hear a bit about the journey that shaped my career.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) and Social Care Wales (SCW) are delighted that Vaughan Gething, Minister for Health and Social Care has launched the 10-year Workforce Strategy, ‘A Healthier Wales: Our Workforce Strategy for Health and Social Care’ today.
Deceased patients and their loved ones in Wales are receiving more timely and compassionate care thanks to new training introduced across Wales.
HEIW was established on 1 October 2018, as the eleventh member of NHS Wales following the combination of three legacy organisations; Wales Deanery, Wales Centre for Professional Pharmacy Education (WCPPE) and Workforce and Education Development Service (WEDS).
This year’s World Mental Health Day comes in the midst of a global pandemic. Mental health and wellbeing now, more than ever, is increasingly important.
The search has begun for future leaders of NHS Wales with the launch of an exciting new graduate programme.
A new training programme is helping health professionals adopt a different approach when it comes to clinical decision-making.
Hi! I’m Wendy Wilkinson, I am the new Head of Allied Health Professions Transformation with Health Education Improvement Wales (HEIW).
Plans to implement pre and post registration nursing and midwifery programmes in Wales continue through the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In recognition that the 1st October marks the start of Black History Month, we as an organisation are proud to announce the start of our ‘Black history – journeys through Covid-19’ campaign.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) has today launched their Strategic Equality Plan (SEP) 2020-2024.
A warm welcome to all healthcare students who have started their courses with us in Wales. Whilst many things may be different this year, one thing remains the same - your decision, and commitment, to become involved in the healthcare.
Health Education and Improvement Wales are hosting the Looking Forward - ‘Innovation in Challenging Times’ virtual conference on 27 November 2020.
The NHS COVID-19 app launches on 24 September across Wales and England and will be an important way to help keep Wales safe.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) and Social Care Wales are encouraging student nurses to consider becoming social care workers during their studies.
Doctors can now access two new modules providing guidance on Returning to Appraisal and how to conduct Virtual Appraisals.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) has been shortlisted at the 2020 Learning Technologies Awards in the category of ‘Best UK Digital Transformation of a Training Programme in Response to COVID-19’, for its development of a digital leadership platform.
Recordings and presentations from our AGM and showcase event held on 24 September 2020.