South West Regional Student Leadership Conference
  • Rolle Plaza Marquee, University of Plymouth

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‘Leadership in healthcare today is not simply at a managerial and director’s level, it is the ability to stand up for what is right, defend the profession and put forward a different way of thinking.’ 

This was a key learning point from the Council of Deans of Health Student Leadership Programme July 2018 conference. 

Four students from the University of Plymouth want to share this learning with a wider healthcare student population and drive forward the momentum created from the programme. 

All students of nursing, midwifery and allied health professions (including radiography, orthoptics, physiotherapy, dietetics, paramedicine, occupational therapy, optometry, podiatry, operating department practice, speech and language therapy) from South West universities are invited to register for the first South West Regional Student Leadership Conference, at the University of Plymouth campus. It is free to register, and there are 200 funded places up for grabs, not including travel to Plymouth.

During the day you will hear from healthcare professionals with both typical and atypical leadership journeys, engage in interprofessional workshops and have the opportunity to visit stalls from South West NHS trusts and unions.

Confirmed speakers include Sarah Tobin and Professor Sara Demain from the University of Plymouth.

Join the Twitter conversation at #swslc19


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