South West London System Leading Managing Change Programme – applications still open!

South West London System Leading Managing Change Programme – applications still open!

This unique leadership programme is designed specifically for senior managers, clinicians and academics to be more effective in bringing about transformation of health and social care.

This free development programme will allow you to be part of a growing network of over one hundred aspiring future leaders who can work at ease across multi-disciplinary, multi-professional and cross organisational teams.

Eligibility criteria:

  • your organisation is a HIN member based in south London and has a health and social care remit
  • senior manager, clinician or academic e.g. NHS Band 8c or over, associate professor, leader of health and social care
  • can make all of the following modules in 2018
    – 10th and 11th January
    – 21st and 22nd February
    – 21st and 22nd March
    – 18th and 19th April
    – 16th and 17th May
    – 29th June


Next steps – apply now.

Closing date: 13th November 2017. Please apply soon to avoid disappointment.

For further queries please contact Kitty Grew at or 020 7188 7188 (ext. 57040)

Paediatric sepsis: improving recognition and care

Workshop to improve detection and care of sepsis in children

Sepsis affects thousands of children every year so our new film (see below) and this workshop aims to help clinicians care for septic children.

In collaboration with UCLPartners, the Health Innovation Network South London (HIN), are bringing together clinicians working in paediatric and emergency care to improve paediatric sepsis care locally and regionally. The aim is to inspire learning and sharing to improve practice and quality of care for children with sepsis as well as respond to local needs, national trends, and policy developments.

At this workshop event, we will set the foundations to support the development of better and safer care and define the direction for improving care for children with sepsis. Following case studies from two hospitals, topics for discussion include current practice, common challenges and areas for improvement in paediatric sepsis as well as strategies for accelerated and collaborative improvement and learning.

Who is the event for?
Doctors, nurses, consultants and other healthcare professionals working in paediatric and emergency care with a strong interest in improving care for septic children.

If you are interested in attending this event, or have any questions, please email


28 September
2.00pm – 6.00pm