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The NextGen Cast is a podcast from Next Generation GP, a free national leadership programme for GPs at the start of their careers. In this podcast, we go backstage with some of our favourite speakers..and get to know the real people behind the titles. You'll hear candid interviews with some amazing leaders from the NHS and beyond, as they share their stories of leading through challenges, the lessons they've learnt, and their top pieces of advice as you embark on your own leadership journey. ...
 
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Over the summer period we are re-releasing some some of our most popular conversations.... This conversation is with Karyn McCluskey, chief executive of Community Justice Scotland. I heard Karyn on a podcast a few years ago, and never forgot her story. Karyn trained as a nurse in the NHS, but has worked in the police for the last 22 years. She was …
 
We're taking a break over the summer, and re-releasing some of our most popular episodes. This one is with Sarah-Jane Marsh, CEO of Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital. Sarah-Jane joined the NHS via the Graduate Management Scheme. Appointed Chief Operating Officer at Birmingham Children’s Hospital in December 2007, and Chief Executive just o…
 
This is Episode 29, with Dr Bola Owolabi, Director of Health Inequalities at NHS England and NHS Improvement, COVID-19 has shone a harsh light on some of the inequalities that persist in our society, and Bola has been leading the NHS effort to accelerate progress in tackling this over the last few years in her national role. Bola also works as a GP…
 
Leadership starts with leading yourself, and there is no better person to help us understand ourselves than this week's guest- Hannah Miller. Hannah is one of our most popular speakers at Next Generation GP, and you'll see why! She's an amazing coach, supporting emerging leaders from all sorts of backgrounds using a strengths based approach to deve…
 
This episode is a podcast takeover.... with one of our wonderful Next Gen GPs in Nottingham, Dr Sarah Armitage, taking on the role of host! Dame Helen Stokes Lampard, as she subsequently became known after the podcast was recorded, will be a familiar name and voice to many of you. Whether you’ve heard her in the media, giving speeches in her role a…
 
Eastern AHSN Chief Executive Piers Ricketts leads a conversation exploring the potential impact of 5G-enabled technology on healthcare, now and in the future. Guests: Ann Williams is the Commissioning and Contracts Manager of Adult Social services, Liverpool City Council. Ann has played a lead role in securing the 5G testbed trial for Health and So…
 
Lord Victor Adebowale has been responsible for some ground-breaking developments in his career as both a campaigner and a leader for the homeless, the unemployed, the disadvantaged and those with learning disabilities. He is currently Chair of the NHS Confederation, which represents various NHS providers and commissioners.. Before this, he was Chie…
 
Welcome to the first episode of 2022, and a very special guest.... For the past 30 years, Donald Berwick has been one of the leading authorities and innovators of quality and improvement both in the U.S. healthcare system and in the NHS. A paediatrician by background, Don was for 19 years the founding CEO of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement…
 
Welcome to the final episode of 2021, and our Christmas Special! Jake Humphrey is one of the UK’s best known TV presenters, and he is currently the lead Premier League football presenter on BT sport, having previously spent over a decade at the BBC covering Formula One and before that children’s television. Jake also hosts the High Performance podc…
 
Jeremy Hunt is currently the Chair of the Health and Social Care Select Committee. In the aftermath of the 2010 General Election, Hunt was appointed Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, responsible for delivering the 2012 London Olympic Games. He will be best known to many of us for his former role as Secretary of State for Health, a po…
 
Dr. Margaret Ikpoh is a GP partner and current RCGP Faculty Chair for Humber and The Ridings. She's also Associate Director of Primary Care for Hull and York Medical School, a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners, one of of the co-champions of Yorkshire and Humber Clinical Research Network, a member of RCGP council, and she's a mum …
 
Sir David Nicholson is currently Chair of Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust and more recently was also appointed Chair of Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust, but he will be a familiar name to many as previous Chief Executive of the NHS. His career in NHS management started as a graduate trainee, and spanned more than 30 years including t…
 
Dr Nikki Kanani MBE doesn't need much of an introduction: over the last year she’s become a familiar face to many on the podium at Number 10 and has been one of the busiest GPs in the country. That's because since 2018 she’s been the Medical Director of Primary Care for NHS England and NHS Improvement - the first woman in the role. Prior to joining…
 
Our guest this week is Prof Dame Clare Gerada, probably known to many of you- in fact she’s been called the most well-known GP in Britain. She’s currently Medical Director of NHS Practitioner Health (a service for doctors and dentists with mental health problems), Chair of a charity called Doctors in Distress, and Co-Chair of the NHS Assembly. Clar…
 
My guest this week is Sir John TImpson, Chairman and owner of Timpson. Yes of Timpsons, the high street shop where we, our parents and perhaps our grandparents have gone to have shoes repaired, keys cut or in my case have holes punched in shoe and watch straps because they are always too big! John Timpson was born in 1943 and was educated at Oundle…
 
Dame Barbara Hakin’s immense personal contribution to the NHS has spanned four decades – as a clinician, manager and national leader. During her long career she has worked as a GP for 20 years before taking up her first management role in the NHS, first as a Primary Care Trust Chief Executive in Bradford and then as a Strategic Health Authority Chi…
 
I've been really excited to do this episode for a while now. Dr Laura Neilson invariably moves our Next Gen audiences to tears and sparks standing ovations, because of her incredibly powerful story of influencing health inequalities from when she was only a medical student. Laura is the CEO of Hope Citadel Healthcare CIC, and a director of the Focu…
 
After our last episode with Rachel Steen who is just embarking on her career as a qualified GP, for Episode 15 we spoke to someone retired from clinical practice, with decades of experience in clinical leadership to draw upom. This conversation is with Dr David Richmond, who is currently a Non-Executive Director at Birmingham Women and Children’s N…
 
Our third episode of 2021 is with Dr Rachel Steen, who is a newly qualified GP in Sheffield with a passion for health inequalities. She is right at the start of her leadership journey, and a great example of someone who has transformed her perception of what leadership is, tackled her own imposter syndrome, and found the courage to make changes wit…
 
Our second episode of 2021 is with Dr Martin McShane. Martin is currently Chief Medical Officer at Optum, with over three decades of NHS experience in both frontline clinical services and management. He trained as a general and vascular surgeon, and then became a GP partner in an ex-mining community in Derbyshire. In the early part of his career, h…
 
Happy New Year! Our first episode of 2021 is with a young GP and rising star Dr Imogen Staveley. Imogen is newly qualified, having only been a GP for 6 years- but what she has achieved in that time is quite remarkable. She is a GP appraiser, Deputy Chair of Warwickshire North CCG, and a clinical lead in the Transforming Primary Care team of The Hea…
 
Our *Christmas special* is a fireside chat with the wonderful Sarah-Jane Marsh, CEO of Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital. Sarah-Jane joined the NHS via the Graduate Management Scheme. Appointed Chief Operating Officer at Birmingham Children’s Hospital in December 2007, and Chief Executive just over a year later, whilst still only 32, the T…
 
In this episode we spoke to scientist and entrepreneur Dr Jason Mellad about why businesses embracing diversity are setting themselves up for success, his coaching tips for innovators and how we could all be more inclusive. Jason is passionate about translating innovative technologies into better patient outcomes. As CEO and co-founder of Start Cod…
 
This conversation is with an inspiring leader earlier on in her career, Dr Sonali Kinra. Sonali is a friend and colleague, and has been part of a team leading our Nottingham Next Gen programme since it's inception. Sonali completed her undergraduate training in India and moved to England in 2004. She began practising as a GP in 2008, and since then…
 
This conversation is with Joe Harrison, Chief Executive of Milton Keynes University Hospitals NHS Trust (MKUH), and one of the most inspiring hospital leaders I've ever come across. Joe's been at MKUH since 2013, having spent decades working in acute hospitals. His focus has been on technology, improving staff wellbeing, and patient safety. MKUH's …
 
In the first episode of Ideas to Impact, we speak to Danny Mortimer about how MedTech and innovation helped the NHS respond to the coronavirus pandemic and some of the cultural changes which enabled the healthcare system to adapt at speed. Danny is the chief executive of NHS Employers and also serves as deputy chief executive of the NHS Confederati…
 
This conversation is with Prof Nick Harding, Chief Medical Officer for Operose Health. Nick has worked as a GP in inner-city Birmingham for more than 20 years, and was a founding partner of the Modality super-partnership. He was Chair of Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG, and has held a number of national roles including Senior Clinical Advisor to N…
 
This conversation is with Karyn McCluskey, chief executive of Community Justice Scotland. I heard Karyn on a podcast a few years ago, and never forgot her story. Karyn trained as a nurse in the NHS, but has worked in the police for the last 22 years. She was Director of the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit for the last decade, which proposed a diff…
 
This is Part 2 of a really enjoyable and uplifting conversation with Dr Bob Klaber OBE. If you haven't yet, Part 1 is worth a listen first! Bob is a Consultant General Paediatrician & Director of Strategy Research & Innovation at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. He has a strong interest in individual and systems learning, behavioural insights…
 
In this episode we go backstage with the wonderfully optimistic and energetic Dr Bob Klaber OBE. Bob is a Consultant General Paediatrician & Director of Strategy Research & Innovation at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. He has a strong interest in individual and systems learning, behavioural insights work and leadership development. In 2015, …
 
In this episode we go backstage with the formidable Professor Sir Bruce Keogh. Sir Bruce is currently Chair of Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital, after leaving his position as NHS England’s National Medical Director where he was responsible for clinical leadership, quality and innovation for 10 years. Before this he enjoyed a distinguished…
 
In this episode we go backstage with Baroness Dido Harding. Baroness Harding has been appointed to lead the programme of testing and tracing as part of the government’s ongoing response to coronavirus. You might know her better as Chair of NHS Improvement, a role she's held since 2017. Before that she was Chief Executive of TalkTalk, and she has al…
 
In this episode we go backstage with Samantha Jones. Sam started her NHS career as a nurse, before climbing the management ranks to eventually become Chief Executive of 2 hospital trusts. She went on to become the Director of the New Care Models programme at NHS England, leading on the implementation of the new care models outlined in the NHS Five …
 
In this episode, we go backstage with Sir David Haslam, a longtime supporter of Next Generation GP. David was a GP for over 35 years, and has held a phenomenal number of titles in his career. These include President of the BMA, President and Chair of the RCGP, and most recently Chair of NICE. He was knighted for services to NHS Leadership in 2018, …
 
In this episode we question Dr Peter Bannister, Chair of the Institute for Engineering and Technology Healthcare Sector about artificial intelligence and machine learning. What innovations are out there to support primary care and how could it change general practice?By Eastern Academic Health Science Network
 
How can primary care benefit from the use of virtual reality and augmented reality? Will it change the way you work? Dr Hasan Chowhan talks to VR/AR expert Jonathan Tustain about how the latest developments could reduce workload, attract new recruits and improve patient care.By Eastern Academic Health Science Network
 
Episode 8, our first international podcast, features Dr Mark Ebell, a family physician in the US, author, professor at the University of Georgia and fellow primary care podcast host. He talks to Dr Hasan Chowhan about his global research into cancer screening and the two compare challenges in the US and UK primary care systems.…
 
Episode 7 features Sir Sam Everington, a GP, Chair of the award-winning Tower Hamlets CCG in East London, former Trustee of the King's Fund, council member of the British Medical Association, a long term campaigner and activist. Sam tells us about social prescribing, a way of working with patients that he feels is essential to improving long term h…
 
Episode 6 features Dr Nish Manek, a Cambridge GP and National Medical Directors Clinical Fellow who tells us about Next Generation GP, an unconventional programme of leadership training for future NHS leaders that is inspiring early career GPs to innovate.By Eastern Academic Health Science Network
 
The fifth episode of Primary Care Talks is a medtech special featuring new technology being used to detect Atrial Fibrillation, a condition that could lead to stroke. It is estimated that over 400,000 people in the UK remain undiagnosed for AF. Dr Hasan Chowhan meets Caroline Prentice, a practice manager at Goldington Avenue Surgery in Bedford, and…
 
In Podcast 4, Dr Chowhan meets St Albans GP and consultant Dr Steve Laitner to delve into some of Steve's innovative approaches to delivering more proactive primary care. Steve uses population management techniques to help create a more tailored approach that caters better for each individual patient's needs.…
 
In podcast 3, Dr Chowhan discusses bringing first-of-a-kind genomic testing projects into primary care with Cambridge GP, Dr Alina Roser. Both GPs are currently running projects exploring how pharmacogenetic testing can benefit patients and improve the accuracy of prescribing.By Eastern Academic Health Science Network
 
In the second podcast our host, Dr Hasan Chowhan, chats to Dr Miles Langdon of Lakeside Healthcare about how he is making the NHS Primary Care Home model work in England’s largest GP super-partnership. Dr Langdon reveals helpful insights into how he is setting up his organisation to work more efficiently and productively for the 160,000 patients th…
 
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