Posted on and updated on by Sally Scales
Sally Scales leads the NHS Leadership Academy’s Executive Search function and graduated from the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme in July 2017. In the first of two blogs, Sally revisits her dissertation, during which she discovered that the barriers to reaching board level for black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) nurse leaders are still very much in evidence.
Posted on by Ruth Wood
Ruth Wood is a Team Manager at the Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. Ruth completed the Mary Seacole programme – aimed at first time leaders in healthcare – in December 2016.
Posted on by Khonzie Ndlovu
The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme is a two-year programme aimed at senior leaders in healthcare, which leads to a Masters in Healthcare Leadership. Khonzie Ndlovu, specialist advisor at the Care Quality Commission (CQC), shares the impact the programme had on her and how her leadership skills changed as a result. Continue reading
Posted on by Kerry Jobling
Dr Kerry Ann Louise Jobling is an academic teaching fellow at Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals Foundation Trust. Kerry shares her experience of the Edward Jenner programme and talks about how she has applied her new skills and behaviours to her current role. Continue reading
Posted on and updated on by Mwamba Bennett
Mwamba Bennett is a senior contracts manager at Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group and started the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme at the end of 2017 . In the first of a series of blogs, Mwamba shares her reasons for choosing the programme and her journey so far.