NEWS: More doctors and nurses to become leaders of the future
Health Secretary wants more doctors and nurses to occupy positions at the most senior levels of NHS.
"Speaking at the NHS Providers annual conference, the Health Secretary announced new measures to bring in the sharpest graduates and aspiring leaders and turn them into chief executives of the same standard as the best in the NHS and the private sector.
Mr Hunt acknowledged the challenges hospital leaders face, saying that running a hospital is one of the most difficult jobs in Britain today.
As the world’s fifth largest employer, the NHS needs to get better at attracting and retaining the best leaders and at investing in talent in the same way that large private sector companies do.
Measures announced today include:
- an ambition to recruit up to 1,000 of the UK’s brightest graduates by expanding the NHS graduate scheme
- working with Britain’s top universities to develop a new NHS-approved Masters of Business Administration (MBA)
- a fast-track programme for doctors and nurses to become future NHS leaders"
Developing the Role of the Physician Associate
Friday 9 December, Hallam Conference Centre, London
Nursing Leadership: Implementing the New National Framework, Leading Change, Adding Value
Friday 20 January, De Vere W1 Conference Centre, London
Ward Manager Summit: Developing your skills as an Effective Ward Manager
Monday 6 February, De Vere W1 Conference Centre, London
Safe Staffing Summit: A Practical Guide to Safe and Effective Nursing Staffing Levels and Skill Mix
Wednesday 22 February, The Studio Conference Centre, Birmingham
Effective Clinical Director Training Course
Friday 3 March, De Vere West One Conference Centre, London
30 November 2016