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.
This article was originally published on the Health Service Journal (October 2018).
As a study of earnings by ethnicity shows significant gaps in pay for black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) NHS staff, Tracie Jolliff – director of inclusion at the NHS Leadership Academy – explores how leadership can affect change.
Doreen Black is a matron at the Royal Wolverhampton Trust and won the award in the Top Leadership category at the 2018 Windrush Awards in July. In her latest blog, Doreen explains what Black History Month means for her and why an inclusive NHS delivers better patient care.
In her latest blog, senior programme lead, Clare Price-Dowd, reflects on the pioneers of nursing and how leadership in the NHS, and in nursing, has changed over time.
John Sheridan has worked in the NHS for 23 years, starting as an A&E receptionist. Now Macmillan Lead Nurse for End of Life Care and Operational Lead for Specialist Palliative Care, John reflects on how the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme has impacted on his role and his approach to leadership.