NES corporate publications
In 2013, we identified six priority areas where NES can make improvements. These are the areas where we set equality outcomes and identified actions to support mainstreaming to be delivered by April 2017. This document reports some of our key activity in 2015-16.
As a national special health board, our role is delivery of education, training and workforce development to support a skilled, person-centred workforce which is well prepared to respond to the demands placed on our health and care services. During 2015-16 we provided a wide range of initiatives and programmes which support national policy priorities and key agendas including Everyone Matters: 2020 Workforce Vision, public sector reform, and health and social care integration.
The first Scotland Deanery Annual Quality Report sets out the extensive work that has been done to refocus Scotland’s Quality Management (QM) system from four separate regional quality systems to a consistent national way of working, ensuring that our programmes of training meet the standards and requirements set by the regulator, and delivering positive change in the training environment.
NHS Education for Scotland Workforce Plan 2016 - 2017
The Sharing and Intelligence for Health & Care Group was established to bring together a number of national bodies for the purpose of sharing and considering the intelligence held about the quality of health and social care. This report is produced in partnership, May 2016.
Annual Accounts and notes for the year ended 31 March 2015.
The planning year 2015/16 represents the second year of our refreshed Strategic Framework 2014-19 1 Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland. This Workforce Plan 2015/16 supports the aims of the Framework, the implementation of the NHS Scotland 2020 Vision, ‘Everyone Matters’ the NHS Scotland 2020 Workforce Vision and the Quality Strategy.