PARTNERSHIP, GOVERNANCE & COMMUNICATION
NATH adopts a partnership approach and works in collaboration to realise the local workforce strategy needed to support population health, deliver effective service re-design through the development of the current workforce and deliver a pipeline of newly trained NHS professionals to work in primary and community care.
Training Hubs are accountable to Health Education England (HEE) through Primary Care Schools and the Postgraduate Dean with respect to educational governance and quality management of the clinical learning environment, and the organisation of clinical placements for work undertaken under HEE’s direction. Through HEE they are also accountable to the HEE led National Training Hub Oversight Board with respect to educational governance and quality management of the clinical learning environment, and the organisation of clinical placements for work undertaken under HEE’s direction.
NATH is jointly accountable for workstreams developed in collaboration between HEE and NHS England & NHS Improvement nationally (NHSEI) and to the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care Systems (ICS) for workstreams developed locally to address identified local workforce priorities.
NATH is required to receive and manage both HEE funds to deliver a variety of transformational activities and funding from NHSEI and other such initiatives as may arise. In delegating those responsibilities, HEE and NHSE/ ensures such financial operations within NATH are both lawful and adhere to the respective organisations’ policies and procedures. Financial management is enacted through formal contractual processes and overseen by the NATH board.
NATH is hosted on behalf of the ICS by NEMS Community Benefit Services Limited, a registered society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014. Register No. 29847R.
Celebrating Diversity & inclusion
We are committed working in accordance with Health Education England Diversity and Inclusion - Our Strategic Framework 2018-2022.
“Respect, dignity, compassion and care should be at the core of how patients and staff are treated – not only because that is the right thing to do, but because patients’ safety, experience and outcomes are all improved when staff are values, empowered and supported.”
NHS Consitution, 2015.