Why does leadership in the NHS need to change? Quite simply, because there’s so much evidence connecting better leadership to better patient care. Francis, Berwick, Keogh point to it and so does leading academic, Michael West. They all make the link between good leadership and making a positive difference to patient care, care outcomes and the experience of care...Read more here

The Edward Jenner programme has come at a good time for me and has got me thinking within my current role about what sort of leadership skills I may already have without realising that I had them. - Rachel Barnett, Community Physiotherapist

Since embarking on The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme I’ve challenged complex line management structures and requests for work that do not add value to patients - Dianne Graham, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson participant

The Mary Seacole programme

Cohort 25 – Leeds

Applications close

5 Jan 2017

The Mary Seacole programme

Cohort 26 – London

Applications close

19 Jan 2017

The Director programme

Cohort 2.3

Applications close

22 Jan 2017

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