Student Leadership Programme 

The Council of Deans of Health represents the UK’s university faculties engaged in education and research for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals. At any one time their members will be educating around 100,000 future and registered health professionals. 
Their Student Leadership Programme aims to promote and develop leadership skills among the future nursing, midwifery and AHP workforce by working with first and second year pre-registration students. Using information from a student survey and the input of students on the project advisory group the programme has been co-designed with students to ensure it focuses on areas not covered in current pre-registration curricula. So far, 200 students from across the UK have already completed the programme. You can read about their experiences in their blogs and case studies. 
The #150Leaders are affectionate name for those students who are accepted on to the programme. Initially, the programme was designed as a two-year programme for 150 students, hence 150Leaders, but now 200 students have completed the Student Leadership Programme, and a further 50 are in their current cohort.  
Apply to be a student on the #150Leaders programme: 
Please read application guidance before you apply to the Student Leadership Programme. Applications for the programme are currently closed and applications for next cohort will around Easter 2021. 

Healthcare Leadership Model App 

The NHS Leadership Academy have designed a Healthcare Leadership Model App. It allows you to record observations about the leadership behaviours that you see around you and explore those behaviours using the dimensions of the Healthcare Leadership Model. You can add in your own reflections, save and revisit your entries, set goals and reminders and download a summary PDF report for your specific programme or portfolio. The App is free, open access, web-based and also accessible from your desktop or mobile devices. 

Coaching for Primary Care Staff - Looking After You Too 

Our NHS People recognise that the frontline primary care colleagues involved in the delivery of Primary Care services, both clinical and non-clinical, are facing unprecedented challenges through Covid-19. They are keen to ensure all staff delivering frontline primary care services feel supported to maintain their psychological wellbeing during this time, enabling them to maintain the delivery of frontline primary care. 
Individual coaching support is available with a highly skilled and experienced coach. This will be a space for you to offload the demands of whatever you are experiencing and be supported in developing practical strategies for dealing with this. It might be that through a one-off conversation you have all the strategies you need to cope with your situation and stay well. Or you might find a few sessions helpful. It is all led by you. 
Who is it for? 
All staff working in the delivery of Primary care Services. You will be either employed by the NHS or working with and NHS funded employer delivering an NHS funded Primary Care contract. 
How does it work? 
Sessions are available Mondays to Fridays between 08:00am – 10:00pm and on Saturdays and Sundays between 10:00am – 6:00pm. 


NATH have developed a strategic partnership with Nottingham Trent University including the Business School, Employability and Enterprise Department and the Institute of Health and Allied Professions. 
This partnership has seen the development of educational programmes and the creation of student placements (clinical and non-clinical) working across primary and community care settings. 


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