NHS Education for Scotland


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NHS Education for Scotland

A special board which promotes NHS Staff development by delivering education and training for those who work in NHS-Scotland.
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Established in 1998 and part-funded by NHS Education for Scotland, the centre was originally in Stirling but relocated to ForthValleyRoyal Hospital when the new hospital opened.
As a result of the research, NHS Education for Scotland is developing new online educational resources for nurses to help them understand that the public are not as embarrassed by the rectal swab test as they think.
Scotland's Dementia Awards, a partnership between Alzheimer's Scotland, NHS Education for Scotland and the Scottish Social Services Council, sets out to celebrate the inspirational achievements of those making a difference to the lives of people living with dementia and their families.
Scotland's Dementia Awards are a partnership between Alzheimer Scotland, NHS Education for Scotland and the Scottish Social Services Council.
In a statement from NHS Education for Scotland (NES), Dr Kathy Morrison and Dr Lesley Rousselet, said: "NES are pleased to support this opportunity for local, targeted optometry education in Northern Scotland."
In addition, it has been recommended all qualified specialist public health nurses working with the under-fives in Scotland should be 'reintroduced' as health visitors and the Scottish government should provide funding to NHS Education for Scotland to commission health visiting education programmes.
The competencies offered by the NHS Education for Scotland show transparency across the professional groups by stating they are for anyone performing the anaesthetic assistant role.
NHS Lanarkshire's obstetrics and gynaecology multi-disciplinary staff at University HospitalWishaw were crowned Team of theYear at the annual NHS Education for Scotland (NES) Medical Directorate Awards.
Dementia Champions and Dementia Specialist Improvement Leads programmes were honoured at a national conference and graduation co-hosted by the Scottish Government, the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC), Alzheimer Scotland and NHS Education for Scotland (NES).
And the other six health boards - Golden Jubilee National Hospital, Scottish Ambulance Service, NHS Health Scotland, Healthcare Improvement Scotland, NHS Education for Scotland and NHS National Services Scotland - will also not be attending.
The part-time online Masters course provides flexible learning for optometrists, medics and other eye care professionals in a joint venture with NHS Education for Scotland (NES) Optometry Directorate and the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd).
The fee for each module is 630 [pounds sterling], with funding from NHS Education for Scotland available for optometrists practising in Scotland who are contracted for general ophthalmic services (GOS).