15th May 2018

Leadership Conference for Healthcare Professionals

'Leading in an Integrated World'
 
 Tuesday 15th May 2018
 
Keele Hall
 
Speakers to include:
 
"Coaching for Self Leadership"
Judith Barton & Martin Hill from the British School of Coaching
 
"Leadership in a changing work environment"

Paula Clark CEO, and Liz Rix, Chief Nurse, University Hospital of North Midlands NHS Trust

 "Sustainability & Transformation Plans - leadership and my career within the NHS"

Roger Spencer CEO The Christie, Manchester

 


Improving care depends in large part on the quality of leadership throughout the NHS and the ability of leaders to engage and support staff to improve care.” Priorities for the NHS and social care in 2017 [January 2017]

The conference provides an unique opportunity to focus on the current issues in leadership within healthcare.

It will help all healthcare professionals at whatever level develop their leadership practice, become more resilient, self aware and respond with compassion in a challenging healthcare environment.

It is an opportunity to all healthcare practitioners (nurses, midwives, doctors, radiographers, pharmacists and physiotherapists and managers) to hear from experience speakers, network and share good practice.

The cost for attendance is £95.00 and includes all sessions, refreshments and lunch.

A Certificate of Attendance will be provided for all delegates.

For more information, please contact Dr Wynne Thomas, 01782 734944, m.j.w.thomas@keele.ac.uk

2016 Previous Conference Speakers

Hilary Garratt, Director of Nursing Division

‘Leadership within health care’

 Hilary Garratt Photo

Dympna Cunnane, Organisational Psychologist

‘Trust – how it contributes to a culture of safety’

 Dympna Cunnane Photo

 

Professor Kay Mohanna, Values Based Healthcare Education

‘Leadership for Compassionate Healthcare: Rhetoric or Reality Check?’

 Kay Mohanna Photo

 

Dr Jagdeesh Singh Dhaliwal, Deputy Director of Postgraduate Programmes

'Let The Patients In!: Dynamic Web Services - The Key to Reducing Bureaucracy and Getting the Focus Back on Patient Care?'

 Jagdeesh Dhaliwal Photo

 

Tommy Whitelaw - Dementia Carer Voices
'You can make a difference'

Thomas Whitelaw Photo

 

Liz Rix, Chief Nurse & Rob Courteney-Harris, Acting Chief Executive, University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust

'A New Kind of Trust' Leading the Vision

 Liz Rix Photo  Robert Courteney-Harris Photo

 

Mark Newbold, Senior Associate, Keele Clinical Leadership Academy

'Running a Paired Learning Programme'

 Mark Newbold Photo

 

Jenny Cowpe, Director, Keele Clinical Leadership Academy
'Talent Fast Forward - Skills for Medical Educators'

 Jenny Cowpe Photo

 

Maureen Morgan OBE, Senior Associate, Keele Clinical Leadership Academy

'Leading at the Front Line'

 Maureen Morgan Photo

 

John Edmonstone, Senior Research Fellow in the

School of Social Science & Public Policy, Keele University 

“When The Going Gets Tough: Building Resilience For Healthcare Staff”

John Edmonstone Photo

2016 Conference Presentations

Hilary Garratt, Director of Nursing Division

Leadership within health care

 

Dympna Cunnane, Organisational Psychologist

'Trust – how it contributes to a culture of safety’

 

Professor Kay Mohanna, Values Based Healthcare Education

‘Leadership for Compassionate Healthcare: Rhetoric or Reality Check?’

 

Dr Jagdeesh Singh Dhaliwal, Deputy Director of Postgraduate Programmes

'Let The Patients In!: Dynamic Web Services - The Key to Reducing Bureaucracy an

 

Tommy Whitelaw - Dementia Carer Voices
'You can make a difference'

 

Liz Rix Chief Nurse University Hospitals of North Midlands & Rob Courteney-Harris Acting Chief Executive  University Hospitals of North Midlands

'A New Kind of Trust' Leading the Vision

 

 Mark Newbold, Senior Associate of Keele Clinical Leadership Academy

'Running a Paired Learning Programme'

 

Jenny Cowpe Director Keele Clinical Leadership Academy
'Talent Fast Forward - Skills for Medical Educators'

 

 Maureen Morgan OBE Senior Associate Clinical Leadership Academy

'Leading at the Front Line'

 

John Edmonstone, Senior Research Fellow in the

School of Social Science & Public Policy, Keele University 

“When The Going Gets Tough: Building Resilience For Healthcare Staff”