Morning, Thursday, 12th December 2019
THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED
Please note the date of this seminar has changed.
This seminar will be a timely opportunity to discuss the key issues for leadership in the NHS and next steps for implementing the NHS Long Term Plan.
Delegates will assess what steps might be necessary to support health and care staff if key targets within the NHS Long Term Plan are to be met and to discuss key issues for the National patient safety strategy for the NHS - including next steps for developing a culture of openness and transparency, learning from harm and improving quality and safety in the NHS.
The agenda looks at priorities for supporting the mental health and wellbeing of the workforce, following government plans for implementing options suggested by Health Education England for dedicated mental health facilities and support for staff - along with the role of leaders in developing a positive workforce culture.
Delegates will also discuss the way forward for the regulation of NHS leaders, in light of the Kark review aimed at ensuring that senior staff are fit for responsibilities in quality and safety of care - including recommendations for further training and development, considerations for patient safety and accountability and next steps for developing competencies for directors.
Further sessions focus on routes into leadership and the impact of education, training and leadership schemes - as well as what further steps could be taken to recruit, retain and foster successful leaders in the NHS ahead of the workforce implementation plan.