Munro, Kathleen (2007) Leadership development: A collaborative approach to curriculum development and delivery. Nurse Education Today , 27 (5). pp. 436-444. ISSN 0260-6917)
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2006.08.004
The Leadership Programme in the National Health Service, Lanarkshire, Scotland began in 2002. The programme has been endorsed by the employer, accredited by a higher education institution and approved by the National Health Service Education Board in Scotland as a recognised continuing professional development programme. The success of the programme is due to the combined efforts of the teaching team from the Practice Development Centre, the different stakeholders within the health service in Lanarkshire and Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh. The focus of this article is the nature of the collaboration between the partners from the initial ideas to the initiation, validation and ongoing delivery of the programme. The article will provide an account of the criteria for partners and key features of the collaboration as well as quality assurance aspects. It will also draw upon the outcomes of the programme in terms of student views and achievement as well as the benefits to the partners.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Leadership development; Leadership programme; Collaboration; Accreditation; Curriculum development|
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