NHS Conference 2018

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NHS 2018 resources

Conference programme

Workshop descriptions

Presenter biographies

Keynote presentations

Setting the scene: Workforce Challenges & Opportunities

Tim Jones, Executive Director of Workforce and Innovation, University Hospitals Birmingham

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Overview of opportunities for graduates in the heath sector

Alan Simmons, Heath Careers, HEE

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Graduate opportunities in healthcare science (National School of Healthcare Science, HEE)

Professor Berne Ferry, Head of School, National School of Healthcare Science 

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 Professor Berne Ferry and trainees

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NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme

Rob Farace, Head of NHS GMTS 

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Conference presentations

1. Hearing Theraphy - training and careers

Dr Helen Pryce, Senior Lecturer in Audiology and Programme Director for the Hearing Therapy Programmes

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2. Nursing as a profession - the new emerging graduate roles

Dr Anne Corrin, Head of Learning and Professional Development, Royal College of Nursing (RCN) and Ruth Burey, Facilitator of Professional Learning & Development (RCN) 

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3. Faculty of Public Health - the multidisciplinary workforce and the different roles

Dr Emily Walmsley, ST4 Public Health Specialty Training and Ms Kanza Ahmed, ST5 Public Health Specialty Training

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4. Physician Associates - who are they?

Mr James Ennis PA-R, MSc, PGCE(HE), HEA Fellow, BSc, PGDip, Acting course director, Physician Associate Studies PGDip, University of Birmingham

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6. Supporting students into Graduate Entry to Medicine/Dentistry

Jenny Mullins-White, Careers Consultant, and Dashi Alpion, Careers Adviser, University of Birmingham and AGCAS Health and Related Professions Task Group members

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7. Supporting undergraduates and graduates get work experience relevant to clinical and non-clinical roles within NHS

Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital – Fathayha Begum, Zishaan Mohammed, Ashton Bryan and Lucy Smith

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 8. Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners and routes into this professional training

Christopher Washington and Beth Onuoha, Clinical Educators on the PWP training Programme and Holly Frazer-Morris, current PWP trainee

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