On leadership development in the national health service Scotland

T.S. Durrani, S.M. Forbes

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Abstract

The National Health Service (NHS), which delivers healthcare to all in the UK, is undergoing profound change, from the role of the primary-care providers, the general practitioners, to the specialist hospital managers. There is a drive that ranges from greater care in the community to more effective use of highly specialist resources in hospitals. This is linked to the restructuring of the management in the NHS, requiring a new breed of leaders to achieve organisational change, and to attain development and growth. To develop the
new cadre of managers, an exciting Programme is being established for Leadership and Organisational Development. This paper reflects on the background to the change in the NHS, and provides an account of the Leadership Development Programme that is being implemented in the NHS Scotland.

Conference

ConferenceIEEE International Engineering Management Conference
CountryBrazil
CitySalvador, Bahia
Period17/09/0620/09/06

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National Health Service
Leadership development
Scotland
Managers
General practitioners
Resources
Organizational development
Growth and development
Healthcare
Primary care
Organizational change

Keywords

  • national health service
  • leadership
  • education
  • engineering management
  • hospitals

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Durrani, T. S., & Forbes, S. M. (2006). On leadership development in the national health service Scotland. 136-140. Paper presented at IEEE International Engineering Management Conference , Salvador, Bahia , Brazil. https://doi.org/10.1109/IEMC.2006.4279833
Durrani, T.S. ; Forbes, S.M. / On leadership development in the national health service Scotland. Paper presented at IEEE International Engineering Management Conference , Salvador, Bahia , Brazil.5 p.
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Durrani, TS & Forbes, SM 2006, 'On leadership development in the national health service Scotland' Paper presented at IEEE International Engineering Management Conference , Salvador, Bahia , Brazil, 17/09/06 - 20/09/06, pp. 136-140. https://doi.org/10.1109/IEMC.2006.4279833

On leadership development in the national health service Scotland. / Durrani, T.S.; Forbes, S.M.

2006. 136-140 Paper presented at IEEE International Engineering Management Conference , Salvador, Bahia , Brazil.

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Durrani TS, Forbes SM. On leadership development in the national health service Scotland. 2006. Paper presented at IEEE International Engineering Management Conference , Salvador, Bahia , Brazil. https://doi.org/10.1109/IEMC.2006.4279833