The National School of Healthcare Science are undertaking a major review of the Practitioner Training Programmes. The key aim of the review is to determine if any changes are needed to the current programme, including the design, structure, content and delivery formats, to deliver the practitioner scientist workforce in line with changes such as genomics, digital healthcare, apprenticeships and the NHS People Plan. The survey is now available for completion by accessing the link:
The survey should take approximately 20 minutes to complete. As this is a major review, our colleagues at the National School of Healthcare Science, Health Education England have asked that the survey is shared to all to colleagues and trainees that have an interest in the Practitioner Training Programme. Your feedback will be collated to provide a report with recommendations for ensuring the quality of the training of healthcare science practitioners.
The survey will close Friday November 8th.