HEE’s Strategic Framework for 2014-2029 (Health Education England)

Summary

Health Education England (HEE) predicts that changing patterns of care, involving more care delivered closer to home by a more integrated and flexible workforce, require corresponding changes in education and training.

The HEE strategic framework for 2014-2029 addresses the challenges posed by a growing population with more elderly people living with long-term conditions. Evolving approaches to education and training are planned.

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HEE predicts requirement for more flexible care to meet needs of future patients. London: Health Education England, June 5th 2014.

This relates to:

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Framework 15: Health Education England strategic framework 2014 – 2029. London: Health Education England, June 3rd 2014.

Nascent Telemonitoring Revolution?

Possibly of incidental interest; the NHS is testing / evaluating a sticking-plaster-sized patient-monitoring patch:

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Brimelow, A. (2014). Wireless monitor ‘relieves pressure’ on nursing staff. London: BBC Health News, July 22nd 2014.

The Michael J Fox Foundation, working with Intel, is exploring the use wearable sensors to monitor the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.

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Kelion, L. (2014). Michael J Fox Foundation tests sensors to track Parkinson’s. London: BBC Technology News, August 13th 2014.

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Dementia and Elderly Care News. Wolverhampton Medical Institute: WMI. (jh)
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