Our latest webinar, jointly delivered by the Civic University Network and the NHS Confederation, heard from leaders across the university and NHS landscape involved in pushing the boundaries of traditional institutional leadership. This event was used to start a conversation, supporting the identification of the key themes to take forward and areas for collaborations to drive this agenda forward.

Hosted by Philippa Lloyd (Vice Principal for Policy and Strategic Partnerships, Queen Mary University London) and Michael Wood  (Head of Health Economic Partnerships, NHS Confederation), the webinar included an opening statement from each speaker followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with the audience.

The panel included:

Philippa Lloyd: Vice Principal for Policy and Strategic Partnerships, Queen Mary University London

Lord Victor Adebowale CBE: Chair, NHS Confederation and Chancellor, University of Lincoln. Twitter @voa1234

Dame Jackie Daniel: CEO, Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Twitter @jackiedanielNHS

Dr Farzana Hussain: GP, Clinical Director for Newham Central One PCN and Co-chair, National PCN Network at the NHS Confederation . Twitter @fhussain73

Peter O’Brien: Executive Director of Yorkshire Universities. Twitter @obrienpeter72 @YorkshireUnis

The recording is available to watch below

Webinar outputs

Click the link below to view the recent report by NHS Reset titled: ‘Health as the new wealth: The NHS’s role in economic and social recovery’

NHS Reset Report

During the webinar, various links to other resources were mentioned through the chat function. These are provided below:

Sheffield anchor institutions submission to the Government’s Comprehensive Spending Review – a focus on genuine partnership for the recovery and renewal of the region

Collaborate for Social Change have been developing best practice and doing collaborative practice in place for a number of years

Get Well Soon mentioned by Victor Adobowale

National Institute for Health Research information on Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRCs)

How to: Be More Pirate book suggestion

Sea Salt Learning for information on socially dynamic organisations