Leadership education can come in many forms; from formal accreditation, theories and frameworks comprehension, problem solving approaches, mentoring, and enhanced networking. This session looks at some of these approaches while also assessing various leadership strategies necessary to support and sustain curriculum development in the health education setting such as curriculum change, resource allocation and environment challenges.
Mrs. Nadia Bukhari, UCL London, United Kingdom
Mr. Adam Layland, Coventry University, United Kingdom
Prof. Judith (Nicky) Hudson and Kathryn M Weston, University of Adelaide, Australia
Ms. Jess Radcliffe, NIHR, United Kingdom