This is an excellent secondment or fixed-term opportunity to join an exciting and innovative Health Education England (HEE) funded programme of work aimed at implementing findings from the Reducing Pre-registration Attrition and Improving Retention (RePAIR) study.
RePAIR Fellows will ideally be either a registered nurse, midwife or allied health professional, working clinically with students studying programmes leading to registration in one of these regulated professions, or a member of staff at an HEI delivering one of these programmes.
The closing date for applications is Friday 14 June, and interviews are scheduled for Thursday 27 June.
What is RePAIR?
The RePAIR (Reducing Pre-registration Attrition and Improving Retention) project has enabled HEE to gain an in-depth understanding of the factors impacting on healthcare student attrition and the retention of the newly qualified workforce in the early stages of their careers. Covering the four fields of nursing (adult, child, learning disabilities and mental health), midwifery and therapeutic radiography, RePAIR explores effective interventions to improve retention across the student journey – from pre-enrolment to two-years post-qualification. Take a look at the executive summary.
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