As part of Health Education England we are responsible for planning the availability of all NHS healthcare staff in South London. We are responsible for educating and training doctors, dentists, nurses and all health professionals, and supporting them at every stage in their career.
Health Education South London is, with its members, designing, developing and delivering a workforce to improve the health and wellbeing of our communities, supporting the delivery of world class care and high quality patient outcomes through education and training.
A fantastic opportunity for primary care and community care nurses The Multiprofessional Faculty Development Team are delighted to announce the continued provision of a limited number of fully funded places for primary care and community care nurses on our Postgraduate Certificate for Teachers in Primary Care course. Interested nurses should contact us via email@example.com for […]
Following its success last year, Reach out for Healthcare Science is running again to provide work experience for 300 Year 10 students in hospitals in June and July 2015. The project went live at Imperial College on the 22nd June, with further intakes at Kings College and University College London due in subsequent weeks. This […]
The third annual Health Innovation Network (HIN) and Health Education South London (HESL) Awards are now open for entries. The awards are open to NHS funded organisations in South London as well as all our members and partners we work with including universities, hospices, and third sector organisations. Entries from teams or individuals will be […]