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Reference: JA 37
Title: NHSU (National Health Service University) Website

This series contains links to gathered versions (or 'snapshots') of the NHSU (National Health Service University) website. [Please note: These records may be accessed via the UK Government Web Archive].

Date: From 2003

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Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English

Department of Health, 1988-

Physical description: archived website(s)
Access conditions: Open
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Gathered from original website

Accruals: Future website versions may be anticipated.
Administrative / biographical background:

The NHS University (NHSU) was a part of the National Health Service tasked with training NHS staff. The organisation was launched in December 2003 as a special health authority. At its launch, its main aims were to improve the training of NHS staff by: creating and improving opportunities for learning; creating high quality learning environments; and leading research into future learning needs.

On 30 September 2004, the then Secretary of State for Health, John Reid, announced that the NHSU would be merged with the NHS Modernisation Agency to form the new NHS Institute for Learning, Skills and Innovation . The NHSU was officially dissolved on 31 July 2005, with its 23 remaining learning programmes being transferred to the Skills for Health organisation by 29 September 2005.

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