Corpus ID: 51774603

Commission on Leadership and Management in the NHS

@inproceedings{Benington2011CommissionOL,
  title={Commission on Leadership and Management in the NHS},
  author={John Benington},
  year={2011}
}
'Knotworking' and 'not working' : a realist evaluation of a culture change intervention with a frontline clinical team in an acute hospital
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The project found that different contextualized experiences had different effects on the learning behaviour of the team and on the leadership-followership relationship, and has provided easy to use resources for clinical teams to evaluate and improve their team culture in a climate of psychological safety. Expand
Clinical leadership development in postgraduate medical education and training: policy, strategy, and delivery in the UK National Health Service
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A brief overview of leadership theories and constructs that have been used to develop a raft of interventions to develop leadership capability among junior doctors is provided, including competency frameworks, talent management, shared learning, clinical fellowships, and quality improvement. Expand
Building a clinical leadership community to drive improvement: a multi-case educational study to inform 21st century clinical commissioning, professional capability and patient care
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  • Medicine
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The Practice Leaders' Programme (PLP) is to generate the conditions needed to focus the energy and collaborative creativity required for innovation to enhance leadership skills across the health economy improving patient care. Expand
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Corporatisation and the Emergence of (Under-Managered) Managed Organisations: The Case of English Public Hospitals
An enduring feature of New Public Management in many countries has been the move to create more autonomous, ‘complete’ organisations such as universities, hospitals and social service agencies. OftenExpand
Understanding networks : an examination of doctor engagement in a clinical network : the case of Mid Trent Critical Care Network
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Exploring why doctors choose to engage in a clinical network has confirmed the requirement to create a culture for engagement and identified that successful engagement leads to improved patient care, a factor that has been constant throughout this research study. Expand
Developing a Workplace-Based Learning Culture in the NHS: Aspirations and Challenges
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An evaluatory toolkit based on the themes emerging from the data is proposed, as a resource for other health care organisations to help improve the delivery of workplace-based medical education. Expand
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