Entry and Admissions
Short Course / CPD
School of Nursing
No Partner College
Monday 5 March 2018 (9am-3pm)
This workshop will explore strategic leadership in healthcare in today’s ever changing environment.
Who should attend:
Qualified Nurses including any nurse who wishes to explore and develop leadership in nursing and particularly nurses new to a leadership role.
Learning Environment & Assessment:
Attendance without examination
Rachel is the Module Leader on the pre-registration Leadership and Management module. Following successful completion of her Registered General Nurse Training at South Manchester Rachel initially worked on a male general surgical ward. From there she worked as a staff nurse on a Children’s Unit in a District General Hospital, this led her to commence her Children’s Nurse Training at the University of Salford which she completed in 2000. Since then she has worked on both medical and surgical wards and a children’s medical emergency department at differing grades within an acute trust in the North West where she developed a wide range of knowledge in caring for children and families in hospital. Most recently she was a Clinical Placement Facilitator where she worked closely with Higher Education Institutes, NHS Trusts and Pre-registration Student Nurses.
Learning outcome & aims
By the end of the workshops participants will:
- Explore the nature, organisation and dynamics of professional practice within health and social care organisations.
- Critically discuss the challenges facing health and social care services in meeting the changing demands of the public.
- Evaluate leadership & management functions in the delivery of quality healthcare.
- Analyse motivational strategies within multidisciplinary teams
- Create a personal development plan reflecting Strategic Leadership
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