Leadership training for health professionals has been on the rise since the early 1990’s when ‘new public management’ catapulted leadership skills to the top of the public-sector agenda. Rising financial pressures have placed an ever-increasing responsibility on health professionals to conduct their activities with the wider health system in mind. This session takes a holistic view of leadership for the health workforce within the complete health system.
Prof. Adrian Schoo, Flinders University, Australia
Mrs. Nadia Bukhari, UCL London, United Kingdom
Profession leadership though professional societies: driving workforce change
Ms. Kristin Michaels, The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, Australia
Ms. Emma Lowe, Department of Health and Social Care, United Kingdom