Clinical Learning Environment
New strategy to improve healthcare learning
A new strategy for the east of England will help ensure learners benefit from clinical learning placements that link theory to practice and enable current professionals to pass on their knowledge and experience.
The new Clinical Learning Environment Strategy for the east of England will help shape practice learning in a clinical setting, to enhance quality, grow capacity, and capitalise on innovation.
At the heart of the strategy are compassionate and inclusive learning environments, educational excellence and embracing innovation including technology enhanced learning.
The regional strategy, that was commissioned by HEE, demonstrates a commitment to enhancing the experience of all those within the clinical learning environment including learners, supervisors, educators and the wider team, all of whom are engaged in providing patient care.
Enhancing the quality and capacity of the clinical learning environment will help to provide a sustainable domestic supply of healthcare professionals to meet workforce demand.
Emma is running the following Drop-In Sessions:
Wednesday 2nd August 2023 - 12pm-3pm
Wednesday 30th August 2023 - 12pm-3pm
Details of these are as follows:
The MS Teams invite for this:
Meeting ID: 398 772 650 556
If you would like the invite, please contact Emma on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see the following downloads for information relating to 'what HWE ICB can offer you' and signposting health and well-being Services across HWE:
The strategy has been created from the contributions of learners and educators and reflects what’s important to them.
Co-produced and endorsed by all six ICBs and regional HEIs it demonstrates the commitment and partnership working existing across the region to improve the quality of education and provides a strong platform to build on the great work already happening and make the learning experience even better for our students and educators.
Gareth George, Head of Education and Transformation,
Health Education East of England
We are delighted to be launching the Clinical Learning Environment Strategy for the east of England. We hope the strategy and approach will provide the enablers that support our workforce, developing health care professionals that make a difference for patients and communities, and have successful careers in the east of England.
Lisa Reynolds, Head of Clinical Learning Environment Transformation
Hosted by Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust
Alongside the strategy is an animation produced to prompt discussion and support implementation. The animation uses stories and voices of students, learners, and educators whose contributions helped develop the strategy, whilst demonstrating how implementation can make a difference to the clinical learning environment.
The strategy has been developed collaboratively working with learners, educators, across systems, social care, higher education institutions (HEIs) and private providers.
Download the strategy at the bottom of the page.
Please visit the following websites for further information below:
- Children and Young People’s Services
- Clinical Learning Environment
- DAL Service Guidance Videos
Enhanced Commissioning Framework (ECF)
- A.1. Compliance and Engagement Requirements
- A.2. Pharmacy and Medicines Optimisation
- A.3. Anticoagulation
- A.4. Primary Care Planning
- A.5. OPEL Framework for General Practice
- A.6. Carers
- A.7. Patient Participation, Engagement and Involvement
- A.8. Safeguarding
- B.1. Clinical Transformation
- B.2. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- B.3. Cardiovascular Diseases (CVD)
- B.4. Diabetes and Non-Diabetic Hyperglycaemia (NDH)
- B.5. Learning Disabilities (LD)
- B.6. Mental Health (MH)
- B.7. Frailty
- B.8. End of Life (EoL)
- C.1. Transactional Services
- C.2. Spirometry
- D. Out of Scope
- Guidance for Primary Care Networks Protected Time for Learning Events
- Hertfordshire CAMHS News Bulletin for GPs
- Induction Programme
- Infection Prevention and Control (IPC)
- New to Practice Programme
- NHS Knowledge for Healthcare Learning Academy
- Palliative Care Training and Development Opportunities
- PCN Training Teams
- Primary Care Bulletin
- Reasonable Adjustments Learning Disability and Autism Training Resources
- Recovering Primary Care Access
- Succession Planning
- Diagnostic Respiratory Hubs
- Suicide Prevention Pathway
- CVD Training and Resources