Leadership for Clinicians: e-learning Support for Clinical Staff
Online medical course to help clinicians develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours to fulfil, and support others in leadership roles.
Leadership for Clinicians (LeAD) helps clinicians to develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours to fulfil, and support others in, leadership roles. It is suitable for all clinical staff, regardless of their profession, specialty or stage of training. LeAD covers the knowledge components of the UK National Health Service’s Clinical and Medical Leadership Competency Frameworks and the Medical Leadership Curriculum. However, the themes are relevant to all kinds of healthcare organisations.
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Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, National Medical Director of the UK National Health Service, commended the project and stated that ‘a true leader can inspire the next generation to be good doctors’.
LeAD is a comprehensive knowledge base to help all healthcare professionals contribute to the effective running of their organisation and its future direction. Written by clinicians for clinicians, learners can be confident they are using quality material wherever they are.
Leadership for Clinicians – Helping Clinicians to develop Essential Leadership Skills
Leadership for Clinicians (LeAD), which can be accessed via the Internet, features more than 60 e-learning sessions on a wide range of topics such as personal development, working with colleagues, managing services and improving care. The learning content is packed with real-life case studies, animations and video clips to help reinforce learning. Users reflect on how the learning can be applied to their area of practice through a variety of exercises.
Introduction Provides a broad understanding of leadership, how LeAD is arranged and the Clinical Leadership Framework
Demonstrating Personal Qualities Focuses on self-awareness, managing yourself, continuing personal development, and acting with integrity
Working with Others Looks at developing networks, building and maintaining relationships, encouraging contributions and working within teams
Managing Services Covers planning, managing resources, managing people and managing performance
Improving Services Focuses on ensuring patient safety, critical evaluation, encouraging improvement and innovation, and facilitating transformation
Setting Direction Looks at identifying contexts for change, applying knowledge and evidence, making decisions, and evaluating impact
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Supports clinicians to develop the knowledge and skills required in leadership roles – Suitable for clinicians from all professions and specialties – Makes extensive use of case studies, images, videos and animations
Medical students, doctors, nurses, assistants and other healthcare professionals
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