Leadership for Clinicians | LeAD Programme for Oral Health
A high-quality healthcare management course
Leadership for Clinicians (LeAD) is suitable for all clinical staff, regardless of profession, specialty or stage of training. It covers the competencies and leadership behaviours required to fulfil, and support others in, healthcare management roles.
Suitable for leaders and managers in healthcare globally
You can complete more than 60 e-learning sessions on a wide range of topics such as personal development, working with colleagues, managing services and improving care. You can select sessions that are most relevant to your role. The content is packed with case studies, animations and video clips, to help reinforce learning and understanding on key themes. There are also links to further recommended reading sources.
Highly interactive, with real-life case studies
The sessions draw on real-life scenarios and examples of service improvement techniques and challenges from across the health sectors. You can reflect on how the learning can be applied to your everyday work and better understand the role you can play in improving services.
This interactive healthcare leadership course has been developed by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management and the NHS Leadership Academy. It covers the knowledge components of the NHS Leadership Competency Frameworks, although the themes are relevant to healthcare professionals globally.
Easy online access
The learning content is available online so you can study at home, in the workplace or even on the move.
eIntegrity programmes are developed by NHS Health Education England’s e-Learning for Healthcare programme (HEE e-LfH).
The programmes are high quality self-directed learning programmes. They are designed to support training and CPD and are excellent resources alongside other traditional teaching methodologies. They have been developed by the UK NHS for use in the NHS. However, many of the programmes have international relevance, particularly the specialty training programmes which are often mapped to UK specialty training curricula.
LeAD by theme
The principles of leadership, how LeAD is arranged and the Medical Leadership Framework
Key attributes and behaviours that underpin effective leadership
Theoretical concepts and practical examples of quality improvement in healthcare
Effective Management in Healthcare
People, finance and decision-making, and their role in supporting effective service delivery to patients
Ensuring Effective Healthcare
Concepts and practical examples of delivering effective healthcare
LeAD by domain
The principles of leadership, how LeAD is arranged and the Clinical Leadership Framework
Demonstrating Personal Qualities
Self-awareness, managing yourself, continuing personal development, and acting with integrity
Working with Others
Developing networks, building and maintaining relationships, encouraging contributions and teamworking
Planning and managing resources/people/performance
Ensuring patient safety, critical evaluation, improvement and innovation, and facilitating transformation
Contexts for change, applying knowledge and evidence, making decisions, and evaluating impact
Gain the knowledge and skills to succeed in medical leadership roles
Suitable for clinicians from all professions and specialties around the world
Highly interactive and engaging content, with case studies, images, videos and animations
Introduction to Leadership and LeAD
This session will explore the concepts of leadership in the clinical setting. It also introduces you to the e-learning support for the development of clinical leadership (LeAD) and its relationship with the Medical/Clinical Leadership Competency Framework (MLCF/CLCF).
LeAD is a comprehensive knowledge base to help all healthcare professionals contribute to the effective running of their organisation and its future direction. Written by clinicians for clinicians, learners can be confident they are using quality material wherever they are.
On completion, you can download and print off a certificate that is endorsed by the relevant professional body.