Record numbers of healthcare staff graduate with an MSc in Healthcare Leadership as the NHS celebrates its 70th birthday

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The University of Birmingham and Alliance Manchester Business School are celebrating with the NHS Leadership Academy as a record 1,307 people have now graduated with a Masters in Healthcare Leadership from its flagship Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme.

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NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme voted one of nation’s most popular graduate employers

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The NHS Leadership Academy is pleased to announce that its Graduate Management Training Scheme (GMTS) is once again featured in the Guardian’s annual survey of the top 300 most popular graduate employers. GMTS is ranked as number seven this year, jumping seven places higher than last year.

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Celebrating today’s NHS leaders at every level for NHS 70

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The National Health Service turns 70 on 5 July 2018! As part of the NHS 70 celebrations taking place, the NHS Leadership Academy is delighted to join others in celebrating the achievements of one of the nation’s most loved institutions, to appreciate the vital role the service plays in our lives, and to recognise the everyday leaders who continue to guide, support and care for us, day in, day out.

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NHS Leadership Academy sponsors Top Leadership Award in the Windrush 70 Awards

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In the run up to the 70th birthday of our National Health Service (5 July 2018), the NHS Leadership Academy was proud to sponsor an award in the Windrush 70 awards.

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Point of Care Foundation: An interview with Peter Homa

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Peter Homa is the newly appointed chair of the NHS Leadership Academy. His long career in the NHS began in the role of hospital porter in 1979 and ended with his retirement as chief executive of Nottingham University NHS Trust last year. In 2000, he was awarded a CBE for services to the NHS. He has also recently joined the Point of Care Foundation board of trustees.

Peter will be chairing a discussion on making the NHS more human for staff at a conference in March, ‘Making Healthcare More Human‘. Ahead of the event, he spoke to Jocelyn Cornwell, chief executive at the Point of Care Foundation, about what he has learned from his time working in the health service.

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