Technology Enhanced Learning Lead for HEE and National Programme Director for HEE e-LfH, UK
HEE’s Director of National Programmes is responsible for the delivery of a range of national programmes focusing on the education and training of the healthcare workforce in England, including Technology Enhanced Learning and e-Learning for Healthcare.
Alan is a trained nurse who practiced clinically for 18 years. Previous to this current role he has worked in senior management positions for the Department of Health including Project Director for the R-ITI programme, the award-winning e-learning project for radiology and HEE Technology Enhanced Learning Lead & National Programme Director for the e-Learning for Healthcare programme which drives high quality patient care by working in partnership with the NHS and UK professional bodies to develop nationally quality assured, curriculum based e-learning to support healthcare training across the UK. Other national roles include working with Modernising Medical Careers and the National Clinical Governance Support Team. Alan has been instrumental in driving e-learning and technology enhanced learning in the UK health sector.
Alan has a passion for using technology positively and his interest in education extends to Uganda where the Kiddies Support Scheme charity, for which he is a trustee, helps disadvantaged children escape poverty through education.