Don't miss this conversation with Prof Martin Marshall (GP & Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners) hosted by Dr Julia Hempenstall (GP & Next Gen GP leader in Wessex) recorded in March 2021, including an exploration of Martin's leadership journey, his tips for early-career GPs interested in clinical leadership, his thoughts on the future of primary care and the role of the College.
A recording of our national Next Gen webinar in January 2021 with Beccy Baird (Senior Policy Fellow at the Kings Fund) and Dr Becks Fisher (GP and Senior Policy Fellow at the Health Foundation) discussing some of the likely influences on the future of general practice, including insights into what thinktanks actually do!
A chance to listen again to Prof Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges & recent Chair of RCGP, in conversation with Dr Sam Finnikin (GP & Next Gen GP leader). They discussed how to develop leadership skills, how to decide which opportunities to take/leave, and lots of practical tips for managing a busy professional and personal life. So many brilliant nuggets of wisdom - don't miss out on the chance to hear them now...
Don't miss the chance to hear this national Next Gen webinar - an interactive online conversation with 'GP of the year' Dr Farzana Hussain about her leadership journey and experiences leadering within her practice, community and now nationally!
A recording of our online interactive discussion with Hannah Morgan & Nigel Watson in September 2020, sharing ideas for developing partnership working at all levels of the system from their perspectives as GPs as well as PCN clinical director and LMC chief exec respectively.
A recording of our national webinar with Robert Varnam in July 2020, sharing ideas for leaders responding to the uncertainty of the covid pandemic and making change happen.
Our second NextGen Webinar on 'Reconnecting with our strengths and leading under pressure' - with thanks to Hannah Miller!
Our first NextGen Webinar - with thanks to Oliver and Nick!