05th May 2016 Written by Jim Moran

Jim Moran - Regional Director for London and the South East, talks about some of Skills for Health's recent work in London. Includes work on carried out around workforce development and service redesign in the context of the integration agenda and the NHS five year forward view.

The Skills for Health team worked with Health Education North Central East London (HENCEL) to analyse five Community Education Provider Networks (CEPN) to develop a workforce development and assessment model.

This model was designed in order to respond most effectively to the current and future workforce development, as well as training and education needs of the workforce, to provide the best possible outcomes and experiences for patients and service users in the locality.

The partnership was established in Islington amongst CEPN, Whittington Health and Skills for Health, following recognition as an effective practise by HENCEL.

Find out more about this project: What have we learned one year into the NHS Five Year Forward View?

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