What is NETS?
The National Educational Training Survey 2022 is a HEE run survey for all learners across all professions whose training is commissioned by HEE. This includes not only doctors in training but also student doctors nurses, midwives, allied Health professionals and clinical scientists. It give a 'whole system view' of the environment in which you train.
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Following last year’s successful event HEE are holding this year’s multi professional HEE Wellbeing Event on 21 November 2022. It is hoped the event will be a hybrid event with both a face to face and virtual option for attendees (details to be provided in due course).
HEE Quality Midlands has created an online tool for learners and educators to identify and share good practice across the whole Midlands. By sharing your examples of excellence, it is hoped that a repository of good practice will be created that can be shared across the HEE network.
You can find the link to the tool here: HEE Quality Midlands Good Practice Collection Tool (onlinesurveys.ac.uk)
The 2022 Enhancing Junior Doctors’ Working Lives report, published last week, highlights the strides that HEE has made with expanding flexibility, improving recruitment, and resetting education and training to build on what we have learnt from the pandemic.
HEE's supported return to training (SuppoRTT) team is providing a number of FREE courses to upskill or refresh educators in supporting doctors in training integrate back in to clinical practice after an absence from work during 2022/23
1. SuppoRTT: Upskilling the Educators
A new virtual reality resource has been developed by the SuppoRTT team in Health Education England for doctors returning to training. Using a clinical scenario, the topic of Escalating Concerns and Speaking Up is explored, skills that are increasingly recognised as contributing to the quality and safety of care for patients.
Although developed for doctors returning to training, trainers of training doctors and other healthcare professionals returning to training may find the resource useful.