Leadership development for health-care professionals is a priority within the NHS | British Journal of Hospital Medicine
Training is generally targeted at individual staff groups in isolation, even though contemporary leadership thinking recognizes the benefits of collaborative leadership between different clinical disciplines. Focussing on the attitudes and perceived training needs of undergraduate and qualified medical and nursing professionals, this article highlights the similarities and differences and will help to inform the design of existing and future leadership programmes.
Full reference: Lo, D. et al. (2017) What do doctors and nurses think about development of clinical leadership? British Journal of Hospital Medicine. Vol. 78 (No. 9) pp. 523–528