Working with healthcare students and young professionals to develop our healthcare leaders of the future.
Fostering Frontline Innovation
Engaging, developing and guiding clinicians to deliver innovative solutions.
Empowering and Valuing the Next Generation of Clinical Leaders
Supporting our clinicians to use their talent effectively.
We value accessibility and equity and believe all healthcare professionals should have the means to learn about and engage in leadership activities; at any level and at any time.
We believe inclusivity is key to leadership. Leadership should not be the arena of a chosen few but of all those with innovative visions, ideas and solutions.
Founded by Dr Johann Malawana (Course Director), former leader of the Junior Doctor Dispute, and a team of like-minded professionals (Our Faculty and Assistant Course Directors) the Healthcare Leadership Academy launched on 20th December 2016.
HLA houses an exciting faculty from across the health sector and beyond. Their shared aim is to inspire the next generation of healthcare professionals and develop their understanding of leadership. Too often in healthcare, leadership is confused with management. Through a combination of mentoring, Socratic discussion, and philosophical exploration, HLA aims to inspire our scholars to change the world of healthcare, one small step at a time.
At a time when the world seems an ever more worrying place, it is important that the next generation of healthcare professionals truly understand how to motivate the people they work with in order to best look after the populations they serve.
Funding, Resources and Declarations of Interest
medics.academy donated film crews, design and engineering resources, studio resources and meeting space for the HLA and the scholars to use. medics.academy continue to support the HLA with staff time and studio resources for scholars to take advantage off.
The Healthcare Leadership Academy is a CIC registered social enterprise. Any donations or income generated is reinvested in promoting leadership in healthcare. This is primarily through supporting the scholars on the flagship annual course. Scholars do not pay to undertake the programme. The scholars fund their own travel in two exceptions. The Norwegian Medical Association sponsored (by paying the travel costs) 1 scholar to attend the first cohort, and sponsored 2 scholars to attend the second cohort. The Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT) sponsor 1 scholars’ travel expenses in the second cohort.
The Healthcare Leadership Academy is grateful for the enormous amount of time and effort that is dedicated and donated by all the volunteers on the faculty, all the scholars who form the community and all the organisations that support the HLA.