Good luck to all, not sure what you next move is? then have a look at the options available within NHS Wales
The Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) pre-registration pharmacy trainees all conduct an audit each year as part of their one year work-based training programme. Usually this is celebrated with an annual poster day where they share their work with the rest of their colleagues and a panel of judges.
“Together for Mental Health” is the Welsh Government’s 10 year cross-governmental strategy to improve mental health and well-being across all ages. Published in October 2012 following significant engagement and formal consultation with stakeholders, the strategy has been supported by a series of detailed delivery plans.
As you may know, this year’s Pride celebrations are moving online, and so are we.
Did you know that the NHS is the largest employer in Wales with over 98,400 employees, and that more than 350 careers options are available?
At Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) Pharmacy we have developed a provisional registration resource and forum section on our website. This is to support provisionally registered pharmacists employed in all pharmacy sectors in Wales and for those living in Wales who are working towards their first sitting of the GPhC registration assessment; between August 2020- July 2021.
This report, by the Pharmacy Deanery within Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), provides the first published data on the community pharmacy workforce in Wales.
HEIW in collaboration with Welsh Government, and the Samaritans have launched a new confidential wellbeing support line for NHS and social care workers in Wales.
We have recently made some changes to the terms and conditions of the NHS bursary scheme agreement to be more favourable to students.
According to data published by the UK Medical and Dental Recruitment and Selection Board, Wales has achieved the highest fill rates across the UK.
Two Cardiff University MPharm students from Wales, who supported the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic, have shared their workplace stories of working during Covid.
Due to the existing Covid-19 crisis, the 2019/20 cohort of pre-registration pharmacist trainees find themselves in an unprecedented situation.
This information is available for anyone who used Intrepid to book annual leave.
Simon is Programme Manager Education Wales, leading on implementation of Nursing and Midwifery Council Standards for education. His thoughts were inspired by the WHO ‘Year of the nurse and midwife 2020’ prompting a reflection on events, experiences and people he has been influenced by in an evolving career.
A first-of-its-kind framework has been launched to help pharmacy technicians develop their career pathways.
Welcome to the fourth edition of our quarterly trainee newsletter.
As you may know, this year’s Pride celebrations are moving online and so are we.
A new online recruitment platform for health and social care; ‘COVID Hub Wales’, has been introduced as a recruitment solution to support services responding to a rapidly changing environment.
Throughout the NHS there are countless volunteers who are all dedicated to keeping people safe and healthy. We are thankful to each and every one of them for their inspiring efforts.