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About the Scholars Programme 2022
The Healthcare Leadership Academy is delighted to announce that the annual application period for our landmark scholars programme is now open. In this cycle, we are proud to announce we are offering even more places to outstanding applicants across the medical, nursing and allied health professions.
This year, the programme is formally supported by Medics.Academy, Health Education England North East, Health Education England South West, and The Council of Deans of Health. It is also an Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) approved programme, permitting those who complete it eligibility to apply to become ILM members and fellows and gain post nominals.
The whole programme has also been mapped against Medics.Academy postgraduate programme. This programme is delivered by Medics.Academy leading to enrolment and issuance of a postgraduate certificate by the School of Medicine at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan). Specifically, the programme is Clinical Practice, Management and Education, with the programme mapped against 20 credits in the Core Principles of Leadership module.
The HLA has recruited 11 cohorts. The cohorts will have contact sessions based primarily in one of the following locations: London, Newcastle, Bristol, Belfast, Edinburgh, Amsterdam, and virtual cohorts.
Who can apply?
All programmes will be open to applications from medical, nursing and allied health professional students, doctors, and healthcare professionals on the NMC or HCPC registers or equivalent from your country of practice or residence. We welcome international applications to any and all cohorts.
How long is the programme?
The programme will last twelve months with 8 mandatory contact days in each programme. It is delivered through a combination of webinars, assignments, online content and in person sessions. There will be a range of speakers, tutors, mentors and workshop hosts that will deliver a series of content.
What Is Expected Of The Scholars?
Scholars will be expected to develop a project over the course of their year. Previous projects have reached national prominence, winning prizes, publications and presentations at national events including at the House of Lords. Participants will also have opportunities to be introduced to key leaders and individuals that will help challenge their thinking and support them in the development of their projects.