A shared vision for South London
Health Education South London will – with its members – design, develop and deliver a workforce that will lead to sustainable improvements in the health and wellbeing of the population of South London.
Health Education South London will:
Support the delivery of world class care through excellent education and training interventions
Achieve high quality outcomes in South London by improving, innovating and engaging in education and training
Assess and respond to the collective workforce requirements of healthcare providers
Commission education and training programmes to best develop the workforce to meet South London’s needs.
Health Education South London profile
Three million residents across 12 London Boroughs with a 14 per cent population growth by 2031
12 Health and Wellbeing Boards and 12 Clinical Commissioning Groups
Seven Higher Education Institutes and Universities including two medical schools
31 education and training placement providers
Estimated 60,000 plus NHS workforce
3,500 medical and dental training posts across 82 specialities
3,800 nursing and midwifery training posts
RT @Psycle_Doc: At a @healthedsl workshop on Community education provider networks...most care happens in community, most training in acute trusts, why?