An NHS leadership team for the future

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Ahmed, Na'eem; Ahmed, Faheem
Date of publication
2 November 2015
Health Services, Social Policy
Social welfare
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In the face of an ageing population, a growing burden of chronic disease and rising costs, the need for NHS reform is widely acknowledged.

Achieving this pace and scale of change will require a pool of skilled and visionary leaders at a local level. The best organisations therefore need strong management and leadership.

This paper, written by aspiring clinical leaders, sets out ambitions for a systemic approach to clinical leadership development, that will ensure a highly skilled leadership team is in position, and ready, to help the NHS meet the complex healthcare demands of the future.

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