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NES Corporate Communications Strategy 2011-2014

Outlines the NES Corporate Communications Strategy for 2011-2014

NHS Education for Scotland: Strategic Framework 2011-2014

This document represents our commitment to the NHSScotland Quality Strategy in developing mutually beneficial partnerships, eliminating avoidable harm and providing the most appropriate, consistent and safe frontline services which are closer to people’s homes and involve patients and carers in making decisions.

Focus Winter 2010/11

- Meet the new Psychological Interventions Team - Flying Start NHS - How to become a Paediatric AHP virtually - Launch of the new smoking cessation e-Learning Resource

NHS Education for Scotland Annual Report 2010 - 2011

A review of NHS Education for Scotland work and achievements over the past year

NHS Education for Scotland Annual Accounts 2009 - 10

Annual Accounts and notes for the year ended 31 March 2010.

Focus Autumn 2010

- NES Annual Review 2010 - Midwifery 2020 Final Workstream Report - Supporting Self Management in Practice Toolkit - The Success of a Collaborative Approach

Midwifery 2020 Delivering expectations Executive Summary

Midwifery 2020 Delivering expectations - Executive Summary, Midwifery 2020: Delivering expectations was launched at Our Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh on Thursday, 9th September 2010

Midwifery 2020 Delivering expectations Final Report

The final report, Midwifery 2020: Delivering expectations was launched at Our Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh on Thursday, 9th September 2010.

Focus Summer 2010

- Launch of the new Knowledge Network at NHSScotland Event - Health Improvement Targeting alcohol misuse - Tele-Education Development of the NHS workforce - Psychological Interventions Hitting the Target

Core Role of the Midwife Literature Review

This is the report of a pragmatic and focused literature review commissioned to inform the Midwifery 2020 work on the core and developing role of the midwife.

NHS Education for Scotland Corporate Plan 2009-2010

The NHS Education for Scotland Corporate Plan for 2009-2010 describes an extensive range of educational support for NHSScotland, designed to underpin the capacity of NHS Boards to deliver continuous improvement in patient care.

NHS Education for Scotland Corporate Plan 2010-2011

Our Corporate Plan for 2010 to 2011 describes the education, training and workforce development we will provide for NHSScotland taking account of Scottish Government policy as well as our engagement with our partners in health and social care.

NHS Education for Scotland Annual Accounts 2008 - 09

Annual Accounts and notes for the year ended 31 March 2009.

NHS Education for Scotland Workforce Plan 2010-2011

This Workforce Plan has been developed as an integral part of the process of developing our Local Delivery Plan and Corporate Plan for 2010/11 and is consistent with it.

Focus Spring 2010

- First Minister opens Aberdeen Dental School - NES announces new Chair - Pregnancy and Newborn Screening Developments in Scotland

Core Role of the Midwife Workstream Final Report

This Workstream covered all aspects of care, including models of care, service delivery, elements of skill mix and social enterprise. Wales, in partnership with Northern Ireland, led this work on behalf of the four countries.

Measuring Quality Workstream Final Report

This Workstream considered metrics work, clinical quality and outcome indicators and valuing midwifery care. England led this work on behalf of the four countries.

Workforce and Workload Workstream Final Report

This Workstream included demographics, education commissioning, attrition and workforce planning. Scotland led this work on behalf of the four countries.

Tips for Midwives Caring for Pregnant Women with Hearing Impairment

This resource has been designed specifically to support midwives in their communication with deaf women.

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