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News: 2014-15 Annual Report

The 2014-15 Annual Report is now live.

News: NES Annual Review - 28 October 2015

NES Annual Review 2015 details

News: BMJ Best Practice and DynaMed selected as evidence summary resources for NHSScotland

BMJ Best Practice and DynaMed selected as evidence summary resources for NHSScotland.

News: Launch of Strengthening our Defences HAI Learning Resource

NES are committed to sharing the learning from the national HAI awareness events - Strengthening our Defences and have developed a resource pack which can be used by health and social care staff within their local education delivery.

News: Supporting Learning Fund 2015-16

Applications are invited from Health Care Support Workers or individuals with a responsibility for the development of Health Care Support Workers within NHS Boards.

News: New SHARE website launched

When it comes to medical education and training, have you ever asked ‘how can we do this better?’ or ‘does someone, somewhere, already have a solution to our problem?’

News: Minimising the risk of waterborne infections and outbreaks

NES and HPS have produced an educational resource providing practical demonstrations and explanations of procedures taken to minimise the risk of waterborne infections and outbreaks.

News: Share your thoughts on medical research and win an iPad Mini!

Share your thoughts on medical research and win an iPad Mini!

News: New Surgical Site Infections education resources now available

NES and HPS have developed educational resources to help improve practice in diagnosis and reporting of surgical site infections (SSIs).

News: Skin tears educational resources now available

We are pleased to announce new educational resources to support implementation and best practice on the prevention and management of skin tears in all healthcare settings.