Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) is the first organisation in Wales committed to adopting the communication access symbol and standards to improve the lives of people living with communication disabilities.
TUC’s Dying to Work NHS national roadshow comes to HEIW. We have welcomed the TUC Dying to Work NHS national roadshow and added its name to the Charter aimed at helping employees who become terminally ill at work.
Health Education Improvement Wales (HEIW) in collaboration with BMA Cymru Wales, NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership (NWSSP) and trainee representatives have updated the relocation reimbursement policy for junior doctors and dentists in Wales.
A campaign has launched this week to give medical professionals information about working in Urgent Primary Care in Wales. The site promotes the benefits, tackles the myths, and advertises current vacancies.
Learners across Wales, looking to forge a career in the care sector, have this week begun studying a new suite of qualifications designed to strengthen the profession for the future. The new health and social care, and childcare qualifications will help to strengthen the care sector at a time when its services provide a vital lifeline to communities and families across Wales.
Welcome to the first edition of our quarterly trainee newsletter.
A new initiative has seen 58 dentists across Wales take on roles in education and training to enhance patient services in their practices, since launching six months ago.
A brand new, state-of-the-art clinical practice suite has been opened by Swansea University at Singleton Hospital following investment from Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW).
Simon Cassidy, Programme Manager Education at HEIW, recently spoke to the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) about the ‘Once for Wales 2020’ national approach to implementing the new UK Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) standards for education (2018).
Join us at one of our stakeholder events this autumn in o learn more about what we do and to get involved in planning our work for the next few years.
Health Education and Improvement Wales are delighted to announce the support for two new Welsh medical trainees to join the clinical academic training programme, providing the two individuals with an opportunity to pursue a PhD. The two trainees will take up places in the September 2019 cohort, namely Dr Bnar Talabani and Dr Dmitri Sastin.
NHS students, trainees and staff in Wales have benefitted from brand new IT equipment thanks to £50k funding from Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW).
A new initiative aimed at recognising people’s spiritual needs is to be incorporated into the training of all nurses and midwives working within the Welsh healthcare system.
We are delighted that Mr Rajnesh Nirula, one of our Associate Deans, was awarded a British Medical Association Medal at the BMA Annual Representative meeting in Belfast on Tuesday 25 July 2019.
The first edition of the Wales Health Student Forum newsletter.
This week marks the one year anniversary of the Welsh Government plan for Health and Social care - ‘A Healthier Wales’.
An innovative training tool developed in Wales and designed to help dental practices maximise teamwork has gained UK-wide recognition.
A joint initiative aimed at broadening the expertise of care home managers in the Newport area when it comes to administering vital medication to residents has been hailed as “hugely successful.
Ground-breaking new programmes mean Welsh trainee pharmacy technicians will have the opportunity to train across three pharmacy settings - hospital, community pharmacy and primary care – for the first time.