NHS staff and a new era of education and training

Extract from DoH

Health Minister Dr Dan Poulter has today announced a wide ranging series of measures to improve the training, values and education of all NHS staff over the next two years and beyond.

The measures have been published in the government’s mandate to Health Education England, a new arms-length body set up to give NHS training and education unprecedented focus and importance. It will be backed by £5 billion and will be accountable to ministers for delivering the goals set out in today’s document.

Read the full article at https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-era-of-education-and-training-for-nhs-staff

 

King’s Fund publish patient-centred leadership report

23 May 2013

A transformation of systems, leadership and organisational culture is needed throughout the NHS if the lessons of the Francis Inquiry are to be learned and acted on, according to a new report published today by The King’s Fund and supported by the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management.

Founding Director Peter Lees was delighted to be asked to advise on Patient-centred leadership: Rediscovering our purpose as a member of The King’s Fund reference group, and FMLM members were also included in a group of more than 900 NHS professionals who took part in The King’s Fund’s Leadership Survey 2013.

The full report and survey results can be read on The King’s Fund website here.