More people than ever need access to improved diabetes services. Yet at a time of unprecedented demand and complexity in our healthcare system, it can be hard to know where to start when trying to improve diabetes care.
Our leadership programmes aim to support those working in healthcare to transform their local, regional and national systems, helping to prevent devastating and costly complications by equipping them with the skills to make tangible changes to diabetes care and become leaders in their fields.
A two year leadership development programme that will provide you with the personal and professional development required to drive change across your local health system. The programme is open to all diabetes specialists who are keen to develop their leadership skills and are passionate about improving care across the whole diabetes pathway.
This programme is aimed at experienced practicing pharmacists with the ambitions and ability to improve diabetes care and deliver evidence based change. It will be an opportunity to identify potential gaps in diabetes care in the pharmacy space, find both barriers and solutions to improving care, and network with colleagues from across the country.
This three day course is aimed at DSNs, dietitians and podiatrists who are willing to embrace the responsibility for delivering improvement in diabetes care. It is an opportunity for participants to learn who and how to influence, how to be an effective leader, to identify the barriers to quality care and how to overcome them, and how to work with a coach to develop your own action plan.
This three day programme is for any professional working in primary care with the enthusiasm, passion, and tangible ideas for improving diabetes care in their local area. It will enable clinicians to develop the skills needed to drive transformational change in diabetes care, and spread improvement beyond the consultation room and across practices.