NHS Employers welcomes the 15 year strategic framework from Health Education England

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05 / 6 / 2014 11.53am

NHS Employers has welcomed Health Education England’s ‘Framework 15’ strategic framework for 2014-2029, which was released today (5 June).

 

Dean Royles, chief executive of the NHS Employers organisation, said.

 

"When the focus on delivering care today is a huge undertaking, it's great to have an opportunity to lift our eyes to the future. This is a patient-centred and comprehensive plan to develop a workforce that’s able to deliver care in a changing world.

 

“We particularly support its emphasis on the leading role of employers, not just health care professionals, in planning future roles. The commitment to supporting the development of the existing workforce is equally important. The NHS is about people and it must have staff with the right values and skills. Delivering the best possible care to patients in settings most convenient to patients is what we all aim to achieve."

 

--ENDS--

 

Notes for editors:

·         The NHS Employers organisation is the recognised body for employers in the NHS, supporting them to put patients first. See www.nhsemployers.org for more information.

·         Follow NHS Employers on Twitter at @nhsemployers or follow Dean Royles, chief executive of the NHS Employers organisation, at @NHSE_Dean.

·         A full list of NHS Employers press releases and statements can be accessed at our Media Centre.

 

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If you have a media enquiry, please contact the press office:

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Senior Media Officer

NHS Employers

Tel: 020 7799 8671

Email: mike.foster@nhsemployers.org 

For out of hours media enquiries, please contact the duty press officer on 07880 500 726.

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