This programme provides doctors with a range of professional and transferable skills, enabling them to play a key role in health service modernisation and supporting their career development as future leaders of health services.
It is particularly relevant to doctors in their Foundation year 2 as well as doctors at a more advanced career stage wishing to develop their skills in leading - and advancing - health service planning and delivery.
Participants accommodate the programme alongside their other professional responsibilities and delivery is one module per year over three years. Individual modules are separately recognised and enrolled participants will be able to complete even if they relocate away from the area. Each module requires three separate days' attendance, as well as associated reading and assignment work.
- The role of Doctors in leading the modernisation of Health Services
- Leadership and management: organisational perspectives and drivers for change
- Leadership and management: team strategies and perspectives