This page is designed to compliment, enhance and build on the Leadership skills of the NHS Board members.
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The Board Development team have further information on a range of external education and training providers. We cannot formally promote external organisations on this site as we are unable to formally quality assure their programmes.
However we are happy to dicuss these development opportunities with you and would also appreciate hearing from you if you have attended external training which you have found to be beneficial to your role.
For further information contact us via email at the Board Development Team.
Strategy, Complexity and Change encapsulate the core challenges facing organisations today. In this leadership theme we combine these three critical areas to present resources and interventions to help you define long term direction, deal with complexity and uncertainty and how they transform in order to achieve future success.
Public Health Scotland has created a new learning hub that explains the fundamental links between the right to health, the reduction of health inequalities and sets out what is required for people in leadership roles to take action to reduce inequalities.
Leaders completing this resource will ensure there is strength collectively for leadership roles across NHS boards with a focus on reducing health inequalities as part of a collective public health effort.
The resource can be used as part of an induction or for more experienced non executives/executives who wish to widen their perspectives on leadership on health inequalities issues.
Access to the resource: Leadership for health inequalities hub
The Knowledge Network provides a national digital knowledge service for health and social services in Scotland, with the most up to date research, evidence and guidance needed to support policy, practice and every day decisions.
5 Things you should know about The Knowledge Network:
Quality Improvement describes the key components and functions of a national quality management system that enables us to effectively support the delivery of high-quality care in Scotland.
This complimentary booklet has been provided with the kind permission of NHS Improvement England and gives an overview of how to make the most out of the data you are being presented with. How to understand and make sense of it and use that data to make informed decisions.
Healthcare Improvement Scotlands ihub have created a suite of resources for NHS Boards as it was recognised that additional knowledge on quality improvement would enhance governance teams.
The ihub assist Board members through yearly National Masterclass for Board Members, the ability to develop bespoke sessions for Boards and resource sharing.
For further information on any of the above contact ihub directly
The Safety Skills and Improvement team at NHS Education Scotland have a range of resources available through the Quality Improvement Zone.