Here is our special edition Stakeholder Bulletin – Updating on our Workforce Strategy and our plans for the future.
A massive £260 million investment will boost training and help maximise the future health and care workforce in Wales.
This year has been an exciting one for the health visiting workstream, as work has progressed despite the challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic.
We are extremely pleased to announce that we have won the Gold award in the category of ‘Learning Technologies Team of the Year’, part of the 2021 Learning Technologies awards.
The workstream consists of senior representatives from each Health Board across Wales. They follow an evidence-based approach to create robust methods, tools and techniques that will be used to determine appropriate nurse staffing levels within mental health inpatient wards. The tools that are devised by the work stream will enable Health Boards and Trusts to calculate the right number and skill mix of nursing staff required to provide effective care for patients on mental health inpatient wards, as well as contributing overall to A Healthier Wales.
HEIW’s strategy sets out our organisation’s high-level aspirations and intentions to meet requirements, to call its staff, stakeholders, partners and suppliers to action, and to make positive changes now to achieve longer-term goals for Wales.
We are thrilled to be holding our next AHP Programme Webinar later this month. If you haven’t registered to join us yet then don’t worry you still can!
Hello, my name is Jody Hill, and I am the District Nurse Project Lead for the All-Wales Nurse Staffing Programme at Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW).
An innovative, fully bilingual online platform which showcases the wide range of career opportunities available across health and social care in Wales has just been launched.
A huge congratulations to Health Education and Improvement Wales’ (HEIW) Foundation Pharmacist Team who have been shortlisted for an award!
Consultation on the draft recommendations for Consultant Clinical Scientists in NHS Wales is now open.
As the second duty of the Nurse Staffing Levels (Wales) Act 2016 has recently been extended to paediatric inpatient wards, it’s a great opportunity to pause and reflect on all the fantastic work that the paediatric workstream and the stakeholders have been involved in.
A general practice nurses (GPN’s) framework has been launched this week to provide consistency, structure, guidance and direction to registered general practice nurses and their employers. It gives advice about roles, skills and competencies that enable the highest standards of nursing practice at all levels of skill mix within a general practice team.
Skilled positions filled by staff with untapped potential has obvious drawbacks relating to performance, service delivery, efficiencies and more. This position is by no means a reflection of our bastion of existing Practice Managers who are forward-thinking, resilient, highly skilled and knowledgeable and perform a role that many would shy away from.
Health Education and Improvement Wales’ (HEIW) Allied Health Professions (AHP) Programme Manager has been celebrated in a new book showcasing the life stories of Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic women.
Kelly Jones is a pharmacist who completed her Silver IQT training with the QIST Team in April 2019. Kelly then went on to undertake a project, “Improving the process of medicines reconciliation in dementia patients at Neath Port Talbot Hospital”, which was submitted for marking and accreditation in October 2020
The induction for our two year work-based NHS Wales General Management Graduate Programme, developed by us, has commenced with all 21 graduates coming together at the University of South Wales for a 3 day in-person event.
Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) has been named ‘Disability Confident’ in recognition of their efforts to create an equal and inclusive working environment for all their employees
As Welsh Government’s Development Partner for Health Apprenticeship Frameworks, HEIW is undertaking a review of the Perioperative Support Apprenticeship Framework.
Following the success of the first bitesize session ‘ Introduction to coaching’, we are pleased to announce the next session in the series, ‘Appraisal Rebalanced’ - An Introduction to focusing on wellbeing.