Mary Seacole Leadership Development Programme
The Florence Nightingale Foundation is pleased to partner with Health Education England (HEE) and The Mary Seacole Trust to provide a leadership development opportunity to nurses, midwives and health visitors who are working to improve health inequalities, particularly in Minority Ethnic communities.
This bespoke development programme will involve undertaking a quality improvement project which focuses on enhancing the experience of people from ethnic minorities accessing health services through addressing health inequalities.
The project will be implemented over 6 months and supported by the following leadership development elements:
Benefits for Employer
|A current registration with NMC.
|The outcomes of the proposed project must be designed to address inequalities in access to health services including people from ethnic minority backgrounds.
|The project must be delivered within a maximum period of 9 months.
|The application must provide a proposal that sets out achievable objectives, methods, outcomes and timescales.
|A supporting reference for the application.
Key Dates For Applications
26 October 2022
2 December 2022
5 December 2022
19 December 2022
Successful applicants notified during this week
Information for Applying Online
When applying, you are required to upload the following information:
Please note the following:
- Incomplete applications will not be accepted
- Applications without Senior Sponsor Nominator Form will not be accepted
- The Quality Improvement Project must focus on inequalities in healthcare
23 February 2023
Welcome Day (Virtual)
1 March 2023
Quality Improvement (Virtual)
14 & 15 March 2023
TBC April 2023
Negotiating and Influencing (Virtual)
TBC May 2023
Writing for Publication (Virtual)
Celebration Event (Face-to-Face)