Darzi Fellow in Clinical Leadership

Opening Date:
28 Apr 2016
Closing Date:
6 Jun 2016
Salary Range:
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Darzi Fellowship, based in the Department of Nursing (Children’s, Learning Disability, Mental Health) and Social Work at the University of Hertfordshire, Band 7/8a.

An exciting opportunity is available within the University of Hertfordshire’s Department of Nursing (Children’s, Learning Disability, Mental Health) and Social Work in collaboration with:

  • Barking, Havering and Redbridge NHS Foundation Trust
  • Barts Health NHS Trust;
  • Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust;
  • London South Bank University.

A Darzi Fellowship funded by Health Education England North Central and East London [HEE NCEL] offers a children’s nurse, working at Band 7/8a (or the equivalent), an opportunity to be seconded into the University of Hertfordshire for a 12 month period. The Fellow will work with colleagues from the four Higher Education Institutions, as well as clinical providers from across the HEE NCEL geographical area. Through collaborative working and innovative approaches, the post holder will explore the educational needs of the future children’s nursing and nursing support workforce. The Fellow will receive supervision from Dr Lisa Whiting, Professional Lead, Children’s Nursing.

The Darzi Fellow will be supported to develop their quality improvement and leadership skills through completion of a bespoke leadership development programme accredited by the Centre for Innovation in Health Management (University of Leeds).

Further information about this Fellowship is available from:
Dr Lisa Whiting,
Professional Lead, Children’s Nursing
University of Hertfordshire
L.Whiting@herts.ac.uk
01707 285291; 07960 006592

Further information about Darzi Fellowships can be found on the London Leadership Academy website.
To apply, please do so via the University of Hertfordshire Jobs website – you can locate the full post details by clicking on ‘Research’ and ‘Health and Social Work’.

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