“I’m confident that I’m doing things that are right for the NHS, not just because someone has said they need to be done.”

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Diane Baynham is head of service design, digital urgent and emergency care at NHS England. She credits the Nye Bevan programme with improving her self-confidence and reaffirming that her leadership identity is firmly grounded in the values of the NHS Constitution.

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Learning to become a leader: a story of a student Speech and Language Therapist

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As part of our ongoing work around leadership in undergraduate programmes, we spoke to healthcare students to understand what leadership means to them at this stage of their journey and hear about their early experiences.

Carolina Oliveira De Freitas is a fourth-year student Speech and Language Therapist at City, University of London.

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To be diverse is to be varied and colourful

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As part of our ongoing work around leadership in undergraduate programmes, we spoke to healthcare students to understand what leadership meant to them at this stage of their journey and hear about their early experiences.

Anna is a newly qualified mental health nurse working within Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS). She has completed the Council of Deans Student Leadership Programme and is one of 150 leaders. Her main interests are clinical supervision and the importance of reflection in nursing.

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“Be ready to positively change the way you work and the way you think”

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Lianne Nunn is a deputy service manager at the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust. Lianne completed the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme for mid to senior level leaders in July 2018. Lianne shared her experience of the programme and how it led to her creating new and improved patient pathways.

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