The National Health and Social Care Professions - the fifth session of the webinar series titled HSCP Leadership in Practice during COVID-19

The National Health and Social Care Professions Office are pleased to inform you of the release of the fifth session of the webinar series titled ‘HSCP Leadership in Practice during COVID-19’.  

In this final session , there are three HSCP leaders  working in corporate, clinical and educational sectors sharing their valuable leadership experience during COVID-19.

  • Ms. Jackie Reed, National lead, National HSCP Office is discussing about her leadership journey in the development of HSCP Deliver : A Strategic Guidance Framework for HSCP 2021 – 2026 and the implementation plan.
  • Ms. Fiona Keogan, Director of Lean Transformation, St. James’s Hospital is sharing her leadership experience in the delivery of clinical services amidst the backdrop of COVID-19.
  • Ms. Laura Loftus, Practice Education Coordinator for Speech and Language Therapy, NUI Galway is reflecting on the innovation in education sector that evolved as a response to challenges in practice placement.

This webinar session is available for viewing on both HSE YouTube and RCSI platform. They will be added to the HSCP Hub at a later stage. Kindly share the link as you may see appropriate.

National HSCP Team would like to express my sincere gratitude to the panel members for their time and contribution - would like to acknowledge Ms. Tina Joyce from RCSI Institute of Leadership and her team for their expertise and support in the planning and development of this session.  With this final session, this webinar series has come to a close.

Please look out for further communication from the HSCP Office on leadership supports.  


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