The GMC’s national training survey launches on Tuesday 20 April and is open until Tuesday 18 May. It’s your chance to make your voice count and have your say on medical training. It takes around 15 minutes to complete on the GMC’s online portal.
The principle aim is to measure your perception of the quality of training you receive.
As a podiatrist, you’ll help people deal with a range of mobility issues, relieve pain and treat infections of the feet and lower legs.
Nine students from Cardiff University have supported Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) in designing its first ever internship.
We have released the latest primary care newsletter containing updates on how we are supporting the COVID-19 immunisation rollout, the launch of ‘Next Generation GP Wales’ and news on the biggest change in primary care optometry in Wales in a generation.
Register now for our week-long virtual Arts Therapies event taking place 19 – 23 April 2021 showcasing the work of art, music, drama and dance movement therapy for mental health and wellbeing.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) has published its Annual Equality Report 2019-2020.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) are proud to be sponsoring an award at this year’s Healthcare People Management Association (HPMA) UK awards.
Three DCTs; Rachel Botrugno, Caron Pari and Christina Williams share their experiences of being redeployed to the frontline along with the challenges, and silver linings, they’ve witnessed in dentistry over the last year.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) is to lead on a £730k project which will promote and widen access for a career in social care nursing.
The British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (BAPIO) have recognised Professor Pushpinder Mangat during their Annual Conference held in January this year.
HEIW endorse the Agenda for digital inclusion published by the Digital Inclusion Alliance Wales.
The HEIW pharmacy team will be undertaking a transition programme to meet all the needs of the new Initial Education and Training standards for Pharmacists.
In the autumn of 2020 HEIW wrote to all graduates who we believed were not in employment within NHS Wales with information regarding the Appeals process and the decision by HEIW to place this on hold due to the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Health Education and Improvement Wales are delighted to announce that applications for funding for Healthcare scientists and Support staff employed by NHS Wales to undertake the equivalence process will open on 1 April 2021. This is the third year we have offered this funding to NHS Wales Scientific staff.
I’ve always enjoyed physics, studying it for my first degree and then going onto do a PhD in semiconductor physics. These led to me work in research and development in the semiconductor industry for around ten years. Although I enjoyed the work which was more focussed towards engineering and gained many new skills, I realised that I wanted a career with a stronger emphasis in physics where I could utilise more of those skills and apply them in a way I would like.
A group of public service organisations from across Wales which make up the ‘Wales Public Body Equality Partnership’ (WPBEP) have confirmed their Strategic Equality Objectives for 2020 - 2024.
A wide range of people from across Wales have shared their ideas to shape the future mental health workforce.
Helen Thomas, Assistant Director of Leadership and Succession, HEIW, discusses what it's like to be leading on the Compassionate Leadership and Succession Planning strategy for Wales and the priorities for HEIW's leadership and succession team in 2021.
“We are taking the comments made about the Welsh Language very seriously. We are fully committed to ensuring that we support and grow the Welsh Language in our NHS workforce and are actively embedding it in how we work as an organisation. We understand how important this is for our staff, our learners and patients. We do not support or condone the comments made by the individual in question. We take such matters seriously.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) are pleased to announce that this year’s annual Clinical Scientist Trainee (STP) Recruitment Programme is now open.