Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Digital Healthcare Technologies Capability Framework published today

Published on 21 February 2023

Digital literacy, Learning and development, Artificial intelligence and robotics, Digital capability frameworks

The new AI capability framework, published on 21 February, addresses the need for our health and care workforce to continually adapt their skills and capabilities, ensuring they can work in a digitally and data enhanced environment to meet the needs of the society it serves.

Read the AI capability framework.

Clinical teams of the near future will be required to use AI and digital health technologies effectively and equitably to deliver the healthcare of tomorrow. In response to this need, HEE commissioned the University of Manchester to undertake a learning needs assessment and to create a capability framework to aid the learning and development of the healthcare workforce of England.

The capability framework aims to help healthcare workers identify gaps in their current knowledge and areas for preparatory activities to support the digital transformation of the workforce.

You can watch a recording of the webinar launching the AI capability framework below.

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Media last reviewed: 23 February 2023