The second event hosted by the HEIW Simulation team will be held on 27 January 2021, 9.00 to 12.30
As part of the National Endoscopy Programme we are seeking to appoint our second cohort of enthusiastic and committed trainee Clinical Endoscopists to commence the next training programme in Spring 2021.
Here's is the winter 2020 issue of the Wales trainee newsletter, by guest editors Clinical Leadership Fellows Amarantha Fennell-Wells and Kate Richards.
The All Wales Healthcare Student PACT is a document which has been created to ensure student’s safe entry into practice learning environments in Wales during pandemic conditions.
Healthcare scientists span across 50+ disciplines and are involved in 80% of clinical diagnoses. They have been working tirelessly to support the Covid-19 work in many different ways.
Healthcare professionals in Wales can now choose to complete their continuing professional development (CPD) training through the medium of Welsh.
Learning disabilities nurses work to provide specialist healthcare and support to people with learning disabilities, as well as their families and staff teams, to help them achieve their wants needs and wishes in life – it can be a challenging and rewarding career.
Trainers, technicians, management, administrators, lecturers, students, trainees and anyone else! The Welsh Simulation community is the most important stakeholder and voice to input into HEIW’s Simulation Team, and we need your help.
The HEIW simulation team has five Associate Deans for Simulation and Clinical skills, over the next few weeks we will be introducing them all.
Sarah Schumm is a Community Optometrist and currently, one of our Welsh Clinical Leadership Training Fellows. To raise awareness of Disability History Month, Sarah has shared her experiences of volunteering with disabled children in her local community.
We are looking to recruit patient representatives to help us decide which universities should be awarded contracts to deliver heath care education. Universities in Wales will be asked to bid for these contracts, explaining to us why they think they are the best education providers to train our future nurses, midwives, physiotherapists, podiatrists, audiologists, paramedics etc.
I am delighted to announce, that following a competitive recruitment process, we have appointed Kirstie Moons as HEIW Postgraduate Dental Dean.
Carly Powell, a Project Officer here at Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) tells us about her experiences of life with a hidden disability.
A dental foundation trainee has become the first ever winner of the College of General Dentistry and Dental Society of Wales - Y Gymdeithas Ddeintyddol Art & Science of Dentistry Prize for dental students in Wales.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) welcomes the recent (Medical Workforce Census report 2020).
The Minister for Health and Social Services, Vaughan Gething has announced record funding of over £227m to expand health professional workforce training places in Wales, an increase of over £16m from last year.
For the first time the ‘Preparation for Consultant’ course will be run virtually on Wednesday 20 January 2021 and Wednesday 3 February 2021 between 09:30 and 13:00, you will need to attend both dates.
Learning disability nurses work to provide specialist healthcare and support to people with learning disability, as well as their families and staff teams, to help them achieve their wants needs and wishes in life – it can be a challenging and rewarding career.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) submitted an application for an award in the Chemist and Druggist annual awards ceremony. We are so proud to announce that we were shortlisted for the category ‘Training and Development’.