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HEE aims to support NHS staff to engage in global health activity throughout their careers. A set of resources and materials is being developed which will support NHS staff and organsiations to understand, evidence and fully realise the benefits of engagement in global health. The creation of a Global Health Learning Outcomes Framework is a core part of this work.
The work focuses on education and training, career pathways and supply pipelines of the Cancer and Diagnostics workforce, including the extent of the patient pathway in primary, secondary and community care.
The Non-custodial Career and Competence Framework part of the NHS England Health and Justice Inclusive Workforce Programme, which aims to ‘Improve the recruitment and retention of a larger, more diverse, inclusive and representative workforce for all Health & Justice services and programmes’.
This framework will support Health Education England to achieve the aims of the ten-point action plan. The Framework provides a standard and greater clarity on the scope of practice for nurses working within primary care and general practice settings.
The framework contains 11 core capabilities, common to the delivery of high-quality, personalised care in the virtual ward and within urgent community response services; 4 capabilities specific to the delivery of care within urgent community response services, and 4 capabilities which relate specifically to the delivery of care within the virtual ward.
NHS England and Improvement have commissioned Skills for Health to develop a Core Capabilities Framework to drive up standards and ensure consistency of outcome for patients and for the population overall.
This Career and Competence Framework articulates the key competences, knowledge and behaviours required to underpin and promote quality services to meet the needs of adults in the secure and detained estate.