Alliance Manchester Business School and The University of Birmingham are celebrating with the NHS Leadership Academy as the 1,000th Masters in Healthcare Leadership is awarded on its flagship Elizabeth Garrett Anderson (EGA) programme.
The graduation of the EGA programme on Monday 10 July means that 1,004 NHS leaders have now received the qualification along with the Academy’s Leadership Award in Senior Healthcare Leadership to date. The EGA programme is delivered in partnership with a KPMG-led consortium, which includes National Voices, the University of Birmingham and Alliance Manchester Business School.
Survey results across all cohorts of the programme have revealed that half of all participants have been promoted, with 89% attributing this directly to their learning experience.
Stephen Hart, national director of leadership development for Health Education England and managing director of the NHS Leadership Academy said: “I’m delighted that we’ve been able to reach this milestone, which indicates the impact the NHS Leadership Academy is having on developing outstanding leadership across systems of health and care.
“The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme has been specifically designed with patient representatives and partners across the service to ensure participants who successfully complete the programme bring a real and immediate change within their workplace, helping to lead cultures of compassion, inclusion and collaboration that improve patient experience.
“This first 1000 graduates of the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme are all, like the inspirational figure after whom the programme is named, pioneers in creating and sustaining improvement and change. The Academy looks forward to supporting the next 1000 participants on this programme and beyond."
Ann Mahon, Professor of Health Leadership at the Alliance Manchester Business School and programme director said: “The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme is an ambitious programme which offers a unique blend of academic and leadership interventions. It’s been hugely successful with over 2500 participants registering on the programme up until this month.”
The programme is aimed at mid to senior level leaders – clinical and non-clinical – working across healthcare. It aims to equip participants with the confidence to challenge the status quo and drive real and lasting change to improve the patient experience. Each participant undertakes 24 months of study on the programme – or 18 months if applying with accreditation of prior experiential learning.
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