Quality Management Education and Training
HEE is responsible for ensuring that there are high quality learning environments for all healthcare learners in England. It has a statutory duty to secure continuous improvements in the quality of education and training and to promote the skills and behaviours that upholds the NHS Constitution. In order to effectively deliver this responsibility and to secure the continuous improvements in quality, HEE introduced the HEE Quality Strategy and HEE Quality Framework The strategy and framework describes a multi-professional and risk-based approach to quality management. This multi professional framework enables us to support our system partners, education and placement providers by delivering a whole workforce quality perspective.
HEE NE’s role in Quality Management and Assurance of the Clinical Learning Environment
HEE NE is responsible for implementing the framework, on behalf of the Postgraduate Dean, across the North East and North Cumbria region and for ensuring compliance with other professional regulators such as the General Medical Council (GMC), the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). HEE’s quality standards have been mapped to other professional regulators’ education standards.
HEE NE gains assurance through the scheduled programme-led monitoring of training placements including Quality Reporting, Visits, and Meetings, and through triangulation of data and information it shares with and receives from programmes managed at a regional or national level (e.g. Libraries, Pharmacy, Healthcare Science), other organisations including HEIs, other NHS Arm’s Length Bodies and Regulators. Where concerns arise, HEE NE uses its escalation processes (ISF) to describe and monitor its concerns, based on the level at which it is having to work with an individual organisation, department, programme, or the wider system to ensure the appropriate steps are taken to clarify, improve and resolve the concerns raised.
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