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An opportunity to develop your preventive healthcare leadership role

An opportunity to join a small proof of concept pilot to develop your preventive healthcare leadership role in your own area of practice.

Health Education England, in partnership with Public Health England, are working to recruit and support a group of health care leaders from clinical settings across the North West and Midlands areas into an Action Learning Programme.

This project forms part of the work programme of the North West Population Health and Prevention Network and Public Health England (PHE), North West in partnership with our colleagues in the Midlands regional office.

The aim of the programme is to support a range of health and care professions, to develop their own population health skills through designing, implementing, testing and evaluating a small-scale health improvement project within their sphere of practice.

Participants will be supported remotely via an Action Learning Set to utilise the PHE developed toolkit for Embedding Public Health into Clinical Services to identify ideas and test public health interventions in their own field of practice.

We are looking to recruit professionals from, but not limited to: Primary care nurses, midwives, health visitors, specialist nurses, medical professions, allied health professionals, dental professions, pharmacy staff, physician associates and care home managers.

The group will be split into two regional Action Learning Sets, to provide a platform of support, share ideas and promote implementation of small-scale public health improvement projects.

If you are interested in this role, please complete the expression of interest form and send to Mike Parker by the 2nd October 2020.  

We are looking for a diverse, but small number of participants and will be in contact with you no later than 7th October 2020 to let you know the outcome of your application.

If you would like an informal discussion, please contact Alison Farrar, Public Health Workforce Lead, Health Education England - North West.