Applications are now CLOSED
The Darzi Fellowship in clinical leadership is a one year post, targeted at doctors, nurses or other health or social care practitioners who are typically in the early stages of their career.
Darzi Fellowships are intended to help established clinicians make the leap into systems leadership. While there are no hard and fast rules on who would make an ‘ideal’ Darzi Fellow, typically this programme suits medics at the ST4/5 level and nurses and AHPs around the Band 6/7 level with a few year’s clinical experience behind them.
Thank you to everyone who expressed an interest in the fellowship. We appreciate it was a tight turn around and we really value your commitment.
1. Overcoming the depersonalisation of digital services2. Cancer pathway (workforce and process) redesign3. A collaborative approach to enhancing clinical outcomes and quality of life for adults with Type 1 diabetes by improving access and use of medical technology.4. Community and Acute Trust New Model of Care 5. Community Engagement and Involvement in the design and delivery of the Multispecialty Community Provider (MCP)6. Creating a more sustainable model of community care7. Designing a clinical workforce model for Surrey Heartlands where a ‘one team’ approach enables a unified perspective on workforce across the system8. Designing capitated budgets for primary care homes9. Developing multiprofessional training opportunities and improving awareness of these and communications generally across all schools in HE KSS 10. Development of a Preassessment Care Pathway between Primary and Secondary Care11. Development of ESTHER within the Thanet emerging Integrated Accountable Care Organisation (IACO) linked to the Design and Learning Centre for Clinical and Social Innovation12. Development of Rheumatology Specialist Practitioner role13. Digital health test bed14. East Sussex Better Together(ESBT)Integrated Frailty Pathway15. End of Life Care in SECAmb16. Epsom health & care17. Evaluation of the redesigned patient-centred East Surrey IBD care model with planned implementation across a range of specialties.18. Developing a multi-professional, whole health economy and evidence-based Integrated Frailty pathways19. From hospital to home20. Human Factors and team work training to improve patient safety 21. Improving understanding and quality of end of life care (EOLC) by collaboration of health care systems in the South East of England.22. Joined up; A better way of managing back pain23. Working together to Transform Maternity Services in Kent and Medway STP (K&M STP)24. KSS Armed Forces Community as an Asset25. Making a difference to the lives of a community of 7000 people26. Making the Unbearable, Bearable. Be a Darzi Fellow that Makes a Difference; Preventing End-of-life Care Crises27. Managing Crisis Well in Mental Health 28. Modelling demand & capacity and evaluating impact of Kent & Medway STP local care initiatives29. How can new ways of listening to patients, through patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) be better used in designing care pathways offered at SaSH and developed within the Pharmaceutical industry?30. Improving Physical health for patients with Serious mental health conditions31. A multispecialty collaborative project tackling problematic polypharmacy in older people. 32. Population and system wide proactive management of frailty33. Reducing “crisis” emergency hospital admissions and unwanted or unwarranted medical intervention during last year of life34. Identifying and reducing unwarranted variation in the quality of care35. ‘Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Safer care’ Darzi Fellow (falls reduction & pressure damage reduction) 36. Social Prescribing at Scale37. Supporting self- and community care independent of hospital for people who have been admitted and subsequently discharged with frailty problems38. Surrey Heartlands Children’s Urgent Care Transformation Lead39. Surrey Heartlands Multi-Disciplinary Cancer Diagnostic Centre40. Tackling perceived and actual barriers so that People with an Intellectual Disabilities (PWID) in the Kent, Surrey and Sussex area have better Healthcare access41. The delivery of a clinical and community wide urinary catheter learning and training project42. Developing a pathway to support the transition from traditional anti-coagulants to NOACs (new oral anti-coagulants)
43. Surrey Heartlands STP
44. KSS Respiratory Network – Improving outcomes in COPD, Pulmonary Rehab and Oxygen Prescribing
45. KSS Atrial Fibrillation Alliance
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