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About the Programme

About the Programme

The Student Leadership Programme offers innovative ways for developing leadership in future healthcare professionals. Targeted at 150 students of nursing, midwifery and allied health professional courses across the UK, the programme offers exposure to leadership training, networking and mentoring.

Find out about the programme

Find out about the programme

The programme starts with a residential event, followed by a one-to-one coaching scheme, online networking and a networking event in London.

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The Student Leadership Programme is a partnership between the Council of Deans of Health and the Burdett Trust for Nursing aimed at developing and promoting student leadership.

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Reflections: Council of Deans of Health – Annual Conference

Reflections: Council of Deans of Health – Annual Conference

11th February 2019

By Alison Booker Over the last year, I have been participating in a Student Leadership Programme. As a result of my engagement in the programme I was invited to speak at the Council of Deans of Health’s Annual Conference, held at the British Medical Association in London. The organisers from the Council of Deans invited […]

Reflections: Leadership Skills You Never Knew You Needed

Reflections: Leadership Skills You Never Knew You Needed

1st February 2019

Blog by Victoria Reynolds On the 23 January 2019 I was privileged to be invited by the Council of Deans of Health to a special one-off leadership workshop Leadership Skills You Never Knew You Needed. This was an intensive three-hour interactive workshop tailored especially to the #150Leaders, led by Dr Alex Clark and Bailey Sousa from the […]

Publication Launch and Awards – find out who won!

Publication Launch and Awards – find out who won!

20th December 2018

The Student Leadership Programme also celebrated the achievements of its #150Leaders. In front of an audience of students, Council of Deans of Health members, mentors from the programme and stakeholders from the sector, awards were presented in eight categories. Speaking after the event, Professor Nigel Harrison, the Council’s Executive Member – Education Impact and Chair […]