The idea behind Health Education and Improvement Wales’ (HEIW) Trainee Think Tank is to empower those who are impacted by the medical and dental training programmes in Wales to influence the training agenda.
Doctors and dentists across Wales have been recognised for their invaluable commitment to educating the next generation of healthcare professionals.
Wales’ growing reputation as a mecca for attracting, supporting and developing the best young talent in the nursing industry has received yet another boost.
Swansea University’s Midwifery and Parenting Centre has proved so successful that the team behind it are set to share their experiences with colleagues across Wales.
Trainee doctors and dentists from across Wales have been recognised for their passion and commitment to transforming healthcare for the people of Wales.
Health Education and Improvement Wales Pharmacy and APTUK have been working collaboratively on a national project to develop an Advanced Practice Framework for Pharmacy Technicians.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) looks at the physician associate (PA), a workforce role within the Welsh NHS that could bring real benefits to patient care across the nation.
The introduction of a new model for referring children to occupational therapy and physiotherapy in Cwm Taf University Health Board has helped to improve access to services.
A leadership programme designed to help health professionals develop and improve patient care has seen a dramatic rise in applications.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) has launched a tool to help dental practices maximise and effectively use all of the skills of their team members when it comes to delivering high-quality care.
Swansea University Medical School is so successful at training physician associates it has already been awarded funding to offer extra places.
It has been announced that the next Board meeting for Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) will take place on Thursday, 31 January 2019.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) has developed practical tips to help NHS Wales staff build resilience, manage stress and support each other.
Margaret Allan, Pharmacy Dean at Health Education and Improvement Wales, has been awarded the title of Honorary Professor from Cardiff University.
Wales has become the first place in the UK to adopt a groundbreaking approach to vital medical training.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) are currently seeking applicants for the Welsh Clinical Leadership Training Fellowship (WCLTF).
A healthcare simulation suite based at Wrexham Glyndŵr University and used by a range of professionals has been extended thanks to Health Education and Improvement Wales.