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Joint RCS and FMLM Introduction to Leadership event - Manchester

Tue
08
Oct
2019
Start 9:00 AM
-
End 4:30 PM
RCS Outreach Hub
The University of Manchester
G35a Core Technology Facility
46 Grafton Street
Manchester
M13 9NT
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  • £148-£165
£148-£165

Event Overview

 

The programme has been developed in partnership with the Faculty of Medical Leaders and Management and is a joint event. 

 

Leadership and management are part of the armamentarium of all effective surgeons.

 

Why attend?

This one-day programme will give you the ideal introduction to surgical leadership, leadership career options, an understanding of the importance of teams, how the NHS fits together, NHS politics, regulation, a panel discussion and networking opportunities.

 

The programme will expose you to a range of senior healthcare leaders who will give a high-level overview of the management and leadership challenges facing doctors as well as insights into how the NHS structure works and its relationship with politics and politicians

 

There is a 10% Discount for all RCS and FMLM members. You will need your membership number when booking. 

 

Who should attend?

Open to all grades of current and future surgeons and the wider surgical team looking to access their first leadership roles or develop leadership skills within their NHS role. 

Individuals wanting to refresh leadership skills.



Programme and speakers

  • Why Leadership? Mr Peter Lees; Chief Executive of the Faculty of Medical Leaders and Management
  • The NHS - How it fits together; Mr Andrew Reed; Chief Executive of the RCS
  • My Personal Journey; Mrs Celia Ingham Clark; Medical Director for Clinical Effectiveness at NHS England
  • Panel Discussion on Medical Leadership; Mr Richard Kerr; RCS Council member and lead for Future of Surgery report,  Ms Greta McLachlan; National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow at the BMJ
  • Keynote address

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