National work on simulation by HEE
A national strategy is being developed to ensure that we can continue to ensure equity of access to simulation education and training across England that provides value for money and delivers patient-centred and high-quality educational outcomes.
The national simulation-based education framework aims to continue to ensure equality of access to simulation education and training across England that provides value for money and delivers patient-centred and high-quality educational outcomes.
Working in close collaboration with simulation networks and education experts, HEE has designed a national framework for locally led and delivered simulation-based education, encouraging sharing and innovation, as well as supporting commissioning. The aim is that blended learning using simulation, e-learning and other technology and techniques become commonplace in curricula and training pathways, aiding continuing professional development and workforce development.
The simulation-based education framework sets out five guiding principles, encourages the sharing of innovation and supports the development, delivery and commissioning of simulation-based education locally.
Technology enhanced learning
The technology enhanced learning (TEL) Programme was established in 2013 with the vision that healthcare in the UK be underpinned by world-class education and training that is enhanced through innovation and the use of existing and emergent technologies and techniques.
Access the Dec 2019 TEL News here