Medical leadership in complex systems
Management in MedicineMonday 7 February 2022 18:45
Dr Nick Broughton, consultant forensic psychiatrist
Dr Nick Broughton will describe his journey to become a senior leader and how he has developed his own leadership style and capability reflecting on his experience of having led three complex organisations. He will outline the skills and strengths required to be an effective leader particularly in relation to working in complex systems including integrated care systems.
Dr Broughton FRCPsych is a psychiatrist by background and worked as a Consultant in Forensic Psychiatry from 2000. During his career Dr Broughton has worked in a wide variety of secure settings including a specialist remand service, an enhanced medium secure service for women, a remand prison and a young offenders’ institution. He joined Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust as Chief Executive in June 2020. Prior to joining the Trust, Dr Broughton was the Chief Executive of Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and was Medical Director of a large specialist mental health Trust in London for almost 6 years. In addition, Dr Broughton has held a number of regional and national leadership roles and is a trustee of the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust, a national mental health charity focussed on improving the mental health of young people, and has a passionate interest in leadership development and believes that the only way we can ensure a sustainable and high-quality health service is by equipping those who lead it with the skills and expertise they require.
The Management in Medicine Programme at Green Templeton aims to develop management and leadership skills for health and care systems in early career professionals. It is open to medical students, doctors in training, postgraduate students and others with an interest in healthcare management.Type: Lectures and Seminars