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Health education body lays out reform goals

Post-pandemic recovery and higher recruitment on the agenda for healthcare

Health Education England has set out plans to reform clinical education to help hit the government’s target to boost the number of nurses and learn lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic.

In its business plan for 2021-22, HEE explained that it would make changes to clinical education to “produce the highest quality new clinical professionals ever in the right number”, which would include efforts to deliver the government’s promise of 50,000 new nurses by 2024 compared with the number of nurses in September 2019.

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