This page provides a wide range of links to NHS organisations which are relevant to leadership and development of the workforce. If you have suggestions of other web links to add or you find a broken link please contact [email protected]
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development – The CIPD is the professional body for those involved in the management and development of people.
Chartered Management Institute – The Chartered Management Institute is the only chartered professional body that is dedicated to management and leadership.
Coaching and Mentoring Network – This is an independent site with information on the latest developments in coaching and mentoring.
EMCC European Mentoring and Coaching Council – Promotes good practice, and the expectation of good practice, in mentoring and coaching across Europe.
Eastern Academic Health Science Network is one of 15 Academic Health Science Networks set up to spread innovation at pace and scale across the healthcare system – in order to achieve the ultimate goals of both improving health and generating economic growth.
Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management – to see and inspire excellence in medical leadership and drive continuous improvement in health and healthcare in the UK.
Health and Care Professions Council (HPCP) – are a regulator, and were set up to protect the public. To do this, they keep a Register of health and care professionals who meet their standards for their training, professional skills, behaviour and health. HCPC.
Health Careers – The information service for careers in the NHS in England
Health Tech Enterprise is the NHS Innovations Hub for the East of England and assists with the development and uptake of innovative medical technology products and services that improve the quality of healthcare delivery.
The Health Foundation is a charitable foundation working to improve the quality of healthcare across the UK and beyond.
Health Infomation Online – NICE evidence search website.
The Healthcare People Management Association is the professional voice of HR in healthcare. Their purpose is to maintain and develop the people management contribution to healthcare in the UK.
The Institute of Healthcare Management – supports managers whose excellence in management contributes to excellence in healthcare.
The Institute of Leadership and Management is a membership organisation for managers and leaders who are keen to develop their talents.
Learning for Life – Social Partnership Forum
NHS Confederation – The NHS Confederation is the independent membership body for the full range of organisations that make up the modern NHS.
NHS Employers – NHS Employers represents trusts in England on workforce issues and helps employers to ensure the NHS is a place where people want to work
NHS England – Providing health and social care policy, guidance and publications for NHS and social care professionals.
NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme – If you are interested in becoming a leader of the future in the NHS, find out more about our graduate management opportunities in HR, Finance and General Management.
NHS Healthcare Leadership Model – describes the qualities expected of existing and aspiring leaders both now and in the future.
NHS IMAS offers NHS organisations that need chort or medium term support, the means to access the management expertise that exist throughout the NHS.
NHS Jobs – The NHS’s online job search portal
NHS Leadership Academy – The national leadership academy.
NHS Managers Bulletin – Produced by NHS Employers, for HR practitioners and workforce leaders..
NHS Networks – is a means of promoting and connecting the many networks which exist throughout the NHS – and encouraging the formation of new ones.
Population Wellbeing Portal – offers free e-learning resources, training and education in population health, wellbeing and prevention.
Skills for Health – Skills for Health major in workforce and organisational development. They are the employers’ trusted provider of workforce solutions designed to improve healthcare, raise quality and improve productivity and financial performance.
Step into the NHS – At ‘Step Into the NHS’ students can find out what it’s really like working in the NHS, as anything from a clinical psychologist to an electrician, a midwife to an IT analyst. Step into the NHS shows students there are over 350 different careers in the NHS and a wide variety of entry routes; from careers that need no formal qualifications to those needing post-graduate study.
Virtual Staff College acts as the professional development arm of the Association of Directors of Children’s Services.