How The Mary Seacole programme is helping to educate patients on diabetes

Posted on and updated on by Claire Vine

Claire Vine is a diabetes nurse specialist at the Diabetes Care Centre based in the Craylands Clinic, Basildon. After starting to take on more of a leadership role, she was keen to develop her skills: “I was conscious that I was leading and managing without any of the theoretical knowledge and was really keen to build this up. I decided to look into The Mary Seacole programme and my colleagues were really supportive.”

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The Mary Seacole programme has helped transform psychological therapies

Posted on and updated on by Stephen Freer

On World Mental Health Day (Monday 10 October), Stephen Freer, a former participant of The Mary Seacole programme looks at how it has helped him transform psychological therapies in the Somerset area.

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Participant experience on The Ready Now programme

Posted on and updated on by Ram Jassi

Ram Jassi is currently a participant on The Ready Now programme, which is specifically designed for senior black Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) leaders who work in the NHS or in NHS funded services. He shares his experiences of the programme so far here.

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Prioritising relationships above, below and across the system

Posted on and updated on by David Moss

In his blog, David Moss, a current participant on the Intersect programme, looks at how the programme has helped him lead across systems at a really important time in healthcare and what impact this has made on his leadership style.

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Thanks to the leadership programme – I was promoted and can make positive changes to patients’ lives

Posted on and updated on by Melody Schultz

A healthcare worker credits the leadership development programme having been promoted to the head of department, just six months after she completed The Mary Seacole programme.

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