Leadership development for a new primay care

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Leadership development for a new primay care

07 Oct 2019
PRIMARY CARE PHARMACY THEATRE
Over the coming years, some of the most wide-ranging changes will occur in primary care. To meet the needs of a changing population, adopt innovations and support personalised and integrated care, primary care teams will need to evolve, building local ‘social capital’ - with local authorities, communities and the voluntary sector and take centre stage in system-based redesign. These are leadership challenges of unprecedented scale and complexity which require that primary care professionals are equipped and supported in leadership roles. This session will explore future directions of travel and how primary care professionals can be supported on the journey.
Speakers
Dr Tim Swanwick, Director of Clinical Leadership Development - NHS Leadership Academy

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