The Florence Nightingale Foundation, in partnership with System C, is pleased to offer a leadership programme to aspiring digital career nurses, midwives, AHPs and pharmacists. These are professionals at any stage of their career who are taking their first steps on a digital career path and have aspiration to influence digital transformation.
This three day residential programme in London, offers a supportive learning environment to develop leadership identity, capacity, and capability. Delegates will leave with the tools to influence organisational and patient outcomes at a local, systems, national and international level of health and social care delivery through digital transformation.
The programme is delivered in partnership with RADA and CHIME and will enable participants to:
Mercure London Bridge
The three-day residential programme will cost £2,000 per delegate including full catering and accommodation. Delegates will need to fund their own transportation to and from the venue.
Places can be self-funded or funded by the employer (CPD budget).
A limited number of places will be funded by System C following a competitive selection process. The funded places are only available to applicants who are employed in an organisation which is using System C digital solutions.
If you have any questions please contact [email protected]
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Participants report the “life changing” leadership experience and its professional and personal impact. Participants report feeling more confident to speak out and influence improvements in patient care and health outcomes.
“Digital is everywhere in nursing. I’m a cancer nurse specialist and now a digital champion in my hospital. I’m the manager for patient-initiated follow-up of cancer patients – we have over 5000 people on this pathway. We can see real benefits to the patients of this digital protocolised cancer surveillance. It is a privilege to be involved in project management around this and to improve the patient journey. This 3-day FNF programme for Aspiring Digital Leaders was a real inspiration and I really want to stay focused on digital in my work. I built strong relationships with others on the course and we have already been supporting each other since through our WhatsApp group.”
Claire Marsh, recent Aspiring Digital Leadership Programme participant
Participants informed of outcome
Personality Preferences and Performance in Teams (Delivered by the FNF Academy)
Delegates should arrive at 11am
Presentation of Self: Presence & Impact
Delivered by the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA)
Leading Digital Transformation
(Delivered by Jane Dwelly Vice President CHIME)
Finish at 4.30pm
The Leadership programme will be undertaken over three days and includes:
You will join the FNF alumni community and receive ongoing networking and leadership development opportunities through events, webinars, media engagement and policy thought leadership.
The application, shortlisting and selection processes will be administered nationally by the Florence Nightingale Foundation.
What you will need to demonstrate in your application form and interview:
Upon application, you are required to upload the following information:
Please note before application: