Welcome to the Knowledge Hub for the NHS Thames Valley and Wessex Leadership Academy (TVWLA).
October 2019 – News and updates on healthcare leadership
Summertime August 2019 – news, views and articles
June 2019 – news, commentaries, events, reports and articles
November 2018 – dip into leadership perspectives this month
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Previous posts : What’s new in March 2018; journal articles, professional organisations, research from UK Universities, events and Gender pay gap reporting
and previously our first Knowledge Hub post for 2018 on new leadership resources
TVWLA is one of the 10 regional Leadership Academies within the national NHS Leadership Academy, supporting NHS staff to develop leadership skills and acquire knowledge, inspiring them to develop and transform NHS staff and services for the future.
Whether you are already engaged in a formal leadership training programme or simply interested in broadening your knowledge of leadership, training and coaching in the NHS setting, this blog gives you the opportunity to find out more. We encourage you to take advantage of the fountain of knowledge offered here and invite you to contribute your own: get involved, and send us your feedback too.
Please go to “About this blog” to get to know more about the contents and how to use it.
It has been developed by:
Liz Callow, Outreach Librarian, Bodleian Health Care Libraries,
Liz Land, Knowledge Specialist, Hampshire Healthcare Library Service ( Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust ).
It is hosted by the University of Oxford’s Bodleian Libraries and whose Web and CMS Developer (Dan Q) and Web and Digital Media Manager (Elizabeth McCarthy) also provide technical support.
Enjoy your Knowledge journey!
Please spread the word to colleagues with our promotional flyer which is here Knowledge Hub Leaflet A4 March 2017
Our stand at the NHS Thames Valley and Wessex Leadership Academy’s Annual Leadership Summit and Leadership Recognition Awards 2017, Wokefield Park, nr Reading, UK , 2nd March 2017
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