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This national core competence and career framework for mental health nursing across England has been developed to ensure a more consistent approach to career development, and to reduce variation in post-registration learning and development.
Health Education England commissioned the development of this framework to support paramedics working in primary and urgent care and the transformation of services that employ these clinicians in new environments.
As the leading provider of staff management tools and the creators of the NHS Doctors Rostering System (DRS) we provide you with a brief history of eRostering in the UK and how the developments of technology have enhanced NHS roster management since.
NHS Trust developed an integrated workforce development plan based on national drivers from NHS Improvement and Health Education England to increase future workforce numbers and create a forward-thinking sustainable workforce strategy fit for the future, improving patient care and local services
Skills for Health encourages and supports Apprenticeships within both clinical and non-clinical practice. There are many different Apprenticeships that are appropriate to a range of healthcare occupations within the UK health sector. Each nation has their own specific apprenticeship programmes and related requirements.
Supporting autistic people and/or people with a learning disability. Capabilities frameworks describe the skills, knowledge and behaviours which people bring to their work and are used to: Support development and planning of the workforce and Inform the design and delivery of education and training programmes.
The focus on reducing healthcare associated infections continues throughout the United Kingdom. The prevention, management and control of healthcare associated infection is a priority area for each of the four UK governments. It requires action by all organisations involved with health and social care.