Development Programme for Practice Managers as Change Makers.

Thursday, November 17, 2016 | Angela Walker

Development programme for Practice Managers as Change Makers

The Programme

This is a 9 month development programme for GP Practice Managers who want to translate national NHS transformation programmes into meaningful local improvement and added value for their Practice(s) and the communities they serve.

  • The programme will consist of semi-structured, facilitated sessions including theoretical inputs, group work and practical application of learning in a work-setting, in the form of four modules of 1-day each, taking place during weeks commencing 16 January, 20 February, 13 March  and 27 March 2017. Facilitated support via monthly Action Learning sets, and access to other Yorkshire and the Humber Leadership Academy development resources or programmes.

Who is this Programme for?

GP Practice Managers who are committed to:

  • securing meaningful local improvements from the challenges and opportunities presented by national programmes of work such as those around self-care; care outside hospital; place-based planning and system transformation plans.
  • improving their ability to act as change agents and developing the capability and confidence of others, within the Practice and local community, to bring about change
  • harnessing the potential for individuals to take action to improve their and others’ health and wellbeing via effective partnership working and networks of support  

Places are limited to 20 participants.   Rollout of the programme will be on a phased approach, with the first cohort of participants (for January 2017) being Practice Managers from Leeds and Sheffield Practices. 

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