Hosted by the National Coordinating Group on Primary Care Leadership Development
Who are the future leaders of primary care? What input and support will they need to reach and maintain their potential? How can we help the system and leaders themselves invest sufficiently in leadership development in primary care?
You are invited to contribute to a fast paced one day workshop to co-produce answers to these crucial questions. The outputs will shape national policy and support for primary care leadership development, and catalyse a movement to raise the profile of leadership development as a high priority for the long term.
The day will be facilitated by the Horizons team at NHS England. Attendees will be around 100 future-minded clinicians, managers, patients and leadership experts committed to improvement and transformation in primary care. Come prepared for a stimulating day of productive but hard work.
The workshop is part of the work of the national coordinating group on primary care leadership development, whose members include senior leaders from the following organisations:
- British Medical Association
- Chief Allied Health Professions Officer
- Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management
- Family Doctors Association
- Health Education England
- National Association of Patient Participation
- National Association of Primary Care
- NHS Collaborate
- NHS England (funding)
- NHS Improvement
- NHS Leadership Academy
- Royal College of General Practitioners
- Royal College of Nursing
- Royal Pharmaceutical Society
Registration closes on Monday 11 January, 2018. Please note we are unable to pay expenses to attend this workshop. If the workshop is over-subscribed, the organisers may need to prioritise registrations to ensure a broad representation of attendees.
For further enquiries, please contact: Talyn Rahman-Figueroa (General Practice Development Team, NHS England) email@example.com
To view the programme for the day, please click here