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MEE Medical Education England. What is it and what is it doing?. Derrick Willmot. Background to MEE.

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background to mee
Background to MEE
  • Lord Darzi’sHigh Quality Care for AllNext Stage Review Final Report was published in June 2008. It set out the Government’s plans to build upon its reforms to the NHS by shifting the emphasis from increasing the quantity of care to improving its clinical quality.
  • A High Quality Workforce published in June 2008, reported on the Workforce implications of the Next Stage Review (NSR) for the NHS. It included an undertaking to;
  • “….improve key aspects of workforce planning at national level by establishing an independent advisory non-departmental body, Medical Education England (MEE), for doctors and dentists and relevant low volume specialties that need to be planned nationally.”
  • It was subsequently agreed a Dental Programme Board (DPB) be established to report to the MEE Board on workforce and education and training issues within dentistry.

“A High Quality Workforce – NHS Next Stage Review”; 288981, June 2008. (http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/Publicationsandstatistics/Publications/PublicationsPolicyAndGuidance/DH_085840)

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MEE Commitments – extract from A High Quality Workforce

“The professions must be able to contribute to strategic workforce development at all levels, and must have clear mechanisms to enable this at national and regional level. At a national level, we will create professional advisory boards to provide an overview and assurance of workforce proposals for each of the professional groups…

..We will improve key aspects workforce planning at national level by establishing an independent advisory non-departmental body, Medical Education England (MEE), for doctors and dentists and relevant low volume specialties that need to be planned nationally.”

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MEE Commitments – extract from A High Quality Workforce

  • “MEE, supported by the Centre of Excellence (see below), will have the following core functions for doctors, dentists, healthcare scientists, pharmacists and low volume specialties:
    • bringing a coherent professional voice on matters relating to education and training and to advise the Department of Health on policy
    • professional high level scrutiny of and advice on the quality of workforce planning at national level
    • professional scrutiny of and advice on the education and training commissioning plans developed at SHA level
    • co-ordination of changes to postgraduate training pathways at a national level
    • integration of service and professional perspectives in curricula development
    • liaison with other health care professional education national oversight bodies and relevant bodies in the Devolved Administrations”
role of mee
Role of MEE
  • MEE provides independent expert advice to Ministers and input into the policy-making process on the content and structure of professional education and training as it relates to doctors, dentists, pharmacists and health care scientists
  • It advises on workforce planning for these groups at a national level.
professions involved
Professions involved
  • The four professions of medicine, pharmacy, dentistry and healthcare sciences shall have professional advisory bodies to advise MEE
  • Each advisory body shall be a subcommittee of MEE, and each shall maintain its own terms of reference and membership.
the dental programme board dpb
The Dental Programme Board DPB
  • The MEE DPB will provide independent expert advice and input into the policy-making process
  • It will meet not less than every 6 weeks
  • It will be supported by a secretariat from the Department of Health (DH) and costs incurred will come within DH expenditure.
membership of the dental programme board dpb
Membership of the Dental Programme Board (DPB)
  • Barry Cockcroft, Chief Dental Officer (CDO) England (Chair)
  • Professor Chris Franklin, Chair of the Committee of Postgraduate Dental Deans and Directors (Co Chair)
  • Sue Gregory, Deputy CDO
  • Billy Burns, DH Analyst
  • Paul Cook, Post Graduate Dental Dean
  • Russ Ladwa, Dean of the Faculty of General Dental Practice
  • John Langford, Consultant in Dental Public Health, Senior adviser to CDO
  • David Lye, Head of Dentistry and Eye Care Services
  • Nicky Spillane, Workforce Review Team
  • Derek Sprague, Workforce Development and Quality Manager, NHS South West
  • Susie Sanderson, Chair of the Executive Board of the British Dental Association
  • Michael Wheeler, President of the British Dental Hygienists Association
  • Professor Derrick Willmot Dean of the Faculty of Dental Surgery
  • Paul Wright, Consultant Adviser to CDO
  • Jerry Read, DH Dentistry Policy Lead
  • Amit Bose, DH Dentistry Policy Adviser
  • Stan Tang, DH Programme Manager
  • Rachel Noble, DH Programme Support and Coordination
  • Peter Bateman,
  • John Milne
  • David Noyce [Lesley Waldron], HEFCE
  • Professor William Saunders Chair of the Dental Schools Council
  • Barbara Levy, NHS Employers
  • Bryn Shorney, DH Workforce
  • Paul Feeney, GDC - TBC
who is dpb responsible to
Who is DPB responsible to?
  • The MEE DPB will report to the MEE Main Board
  • The MEE Main Board may remit particular issues to the DPB for consideration
  • Decisions by the MDC PB are subject to ratification by the MEE Board
  • Minutes of the MDC PB will be circulated to the MEE Board
the mee dpb will be responsible for
The MEE DPB will be responsible for:
  • bringing a coherent professional voice on matters relating to education and training of dentists and dental care professionals (DCPs) and advising the Department of Health on policy
  • workforce planning in dentistry including both the capacity and capability/efficiency of the dental workforce
  • professional high level scrutiny of and advice on the quality of workforce planning at national level (i.e. determining dental school intakes)
the mee dpb will be responsible for1
The MEE DPB will be responsible for:
  • professional scrutiny of and advice on dental education and training commissioning plans developed at SHA level for DCPs
  • co-ordination of changes to postgraduate training pathways at a national level
  • integration of service and professional perspectives in curricula development
  • liaison with other healthcare professional education, national oversight bodies and relevant bodies
dpb workstreams
DPB Workstreams
  • Supply Side Model Workstream – Prof D Willmot
  • Demand for Dental Treatment Workstream – Dr S Gregory
  • Skill Mix Workstream – Dr B Cockroft
  • Specialty Review Workstream – Prof C Franklin
  • Review of Oral Surgery Workstream – Prof N Wilson
  • Foundation Training Workstream – Mr J Read