A new national leadership programme for mid-level leaders in health and care was announced recently.
The Rosalind Franklin programme aims to shape the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours of clinical or non-clinical mid-level leaders to help them become outstanding leaders. It will support the NHS to develop inclusive and compassionate leaders working at all levels across the NHS to help improve patient care, people’s health and their experiences of the NHS.
The programme is currently in the design stage with the application process due to open in autumn 2018. It is aimed at mid-level clinical or non-clinical leaders aspiring to lead large and complex programmes, departments, services or systems of care.
Anyone can register their interest in the programme on the Academy website. Further information about the programme will be provided when the application process officially opens.