- Published on
- 28th September 2021
- Filed under
- NSHCS, STP
Health Education England’s National School of Healthcare Science (NSHCS) acts as a hub for healthcare scientists delivering training across the NHS. The School is recognised by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) as the education provider for the Scientist Training Programme (STP). Working with over 30 different specialties, the STP produces scientists who are changing patient and clinical outcomes, contributing to multi-professional and integrated working, and leading in many areas of innovation and translational research within the NHS. Patients are at the heart of the STP, our trainees must all learn about good patient care and safety and ensure all their work focuses on creating maximum benefit to the patient.
About the Committee
The Quality and Standards Committee (QSC) provides governance and oversight to ensure the quality of the STP enabling those successfully completing the programme to fulfil the requirements of the HCPC to register as a Clinical Scientist.
What roles are we looking to fill?
We are looking to appoint the following roles to join as members of the QSC to ensure the assurance of the quality of STP. The representatives will contribute to the decision-making and improvement process. Click here to apply for one of these roles.
- Clinical Scientists representatives (4 positions)
- HEI academic representatives (2 positions)
- Learner representatives (2 positions)
Our recruitment timelines
|Expressions of interest
|All roles: 29th September 2021 to 12th October 2021
|All roles: 13th October 2021 to 20th October 2021
|All roles: week beginning 1st November 2021
|Confirmation of appointments
|All roles: 8th November 2021
|First full QSC meeting
For further information or to discuss in more detail, please contact Virginia de La Hamayde (Professional Standards and Improvement Manager) or telephone 07825 342351.