Health Education East of England (HEEoE) is the Local Education and Training Board that covers Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex. Formally Established on 1 April 2013 as a subcommittee of Health Education England, HEEoE's aim is to ensure the security of workforce supply and continuously to improve the quality of education, training and development in the east of England. We also aim to enable the health and care workforce to respond effectively to the needs of patients, carers and families.
Government policy actively encourages the involvement of service users in the development and delivery of local health and social care services. The purpose of service user involvement is to improve their experience of services and to make services more responsive to local needs. The NHS Constitution supports inclusion of patients in planning current and future […]
On Thursday 17 July, HEEoE is holding a packed event titled ‘Sustainable Healthcare in Practice’, and although the event is fully subscribed, you can follow the day using #eoeSHIP. The event starts at 9.30am and topics covered include: Reducing waste in the NHS Integrating Sustainability and Patient Care Medicines Waste Metrics – what we can measure and how […]
On Friday 13 June, over 150 leaders and stakeholders from across the east of England gathered to share their experiences from HEEoE’s first year, and learn about the key workforce transformation projects we are undertaking across the region. Speakers included Professor Keith Grint and Professor Patrick Geoghegan, and a Q&A panel included Professor Simon Gregory, […]