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“A fitting end to an amazing year.”

A fitting end to an amazing year Home The Clinical Education Improvement Fellowship (CEIF) celebration event on 9 October in the beautiful orangery at the Kings Fund, London was a fitting end to an amazing year for the latest cohort. In this blog, Pooja Rabheru and Helen Walcott talk about the experiences and learnings the […]

Time to Reflect

Time to Reflect Home Pooja Rabheru began her career as a front-line paramedic within the ambulance service serving the community of Hampshire. Throughout this time her passion for education has shone through when supporting student paramedics through their studies as well as supporting with the upskilling of current members of staff with formal teaching sessions. […]

The Joy of Lego® Serious Play

The Joy of Lego® Serious Play Home Angela Wright is a Chartered Physiotherapist and also a Florence Nightingale Foundation/HEE(SE) Clinical Education Improvement Fellow. In this latest blog from the Fellows, Angela talks about their experience in June, playing with Lego®! “Introducing a hot topic for a hot month! Throughout the year we, as FNF CEIF […]

“A setback is just a setup for something greater”

“A setback is just a setup for something greater” Home Holly Spencer is a sonographer and one of our second cohort of Clinical Education Improvement Fellows (CEIF), working across clinical practice and healthcare education, developing system-level skills, supporting students and healthcare staff in a variety of settings. Holly began her career as a diagnostic radiographer […]

Clinical Education Improvement Projects – Month 8!

Clinical Education Improvement Project – Month 8! Home Over a period of 12 months, NHS England South East, Canterbury Christ Church University and the Florence Nightingale Foundation are supporting 10 professionals already working in the South East region who are completing this fellowship opportunity. Gemma New, is one of the current cohort of Clinical Education […]

Month 7 of the Clinical Education Improvement Projects

Month 7 of the Clinical Education Improvement Projects Home Over a period of 12 months, NHS England South East, Canterbury Christ Church University and the Florence Nightingale Foundation are supporting 10 professionals already working in the South East region who are completing this fellowship opportunity. Felistas Nyamayaro is one of the current cohort of Clinical Education […]

“We are a Community of Practice”

“We are a Community of Practice” Home Belinda Twissell is one of the current cohort of Clinical Education Improvement Fellows (CEIF) for 2022/23. Over a period of 12 months, Health Education England South East, Canterbury Christ Church University and the Florence Nightingale Foundation are supporting 10 professionals already working in the South East region who are […]

Helen Walcott “February has been a month of growth for the CEIF fellows”

Helen Walcott “February Has Been A Month of Growth for the CEIF Fellows “ Home Helen Walcott is a Neurological Physiotherapist by background and she is one of the 2022-2023 cohort of CEIF (Clinical Education Improvement Fellow). During her career Helen has worked in different sectors including specialist rehabilitation units, district general hospitals and private […]

Beth Hall “How far we have all come in a few short months”

Beth Hall “How Far We Have All Come In A Few Short Months” Home Bethany Hall is one of our current cohort of Clinical Education Improvement Fellows (CEIF) who are leading and developing self-identified improvement projects. Beth started her career in neonatal intensive care. After three years, she left neonates to follow her passion; organ […]

Charlie Colby – Clinical Education Improvement Fellow

Charlie Colby – Clinical Education Improvement Fellow Home As the weather turned and the nights started getting longer the fellowship continued to heat up. Following on from some amazing and engaging networking events November was no different. Jess led an informative and passionate meeting around the student council led by FNF. Seeing all the hard […]