It’s always a pleasure to run The NHS Budget Holder’s Survival Guide. It’s a privilege to hear managers and clinicians in the NHS talk about their relationship with NHS finance and think of ways to improve it. Today in Hull was a chance for managers and clinicians to action plan their future plans for improving their relationship with finance.
All comments are reproduced thanks to the full written permission of each delegate:
“One of the most useful study days I have attended.” – Nia Abbott, General Manager, Humber Foundation Trust
“Brilliant.” – Diane Jackson, Service Manager, Leeds Community Healthcare
“I am ashamed to admit I was expecting this course to be tedious. How wrong I was! Absolutely excellent, David was so engaging and has an amazing talent of making accounting understandable – even to me! Thank you.” – Rachel Diamond, Practice Development Sister, Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
“Interesting, extremely well presented, useful, excellent day.” – Michelle Prendergast, Radiology Service Manager, Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
“Very interesting and thought provoking. Very well presented.” – Mel Glover, A&E Team Leader, Airedale NHS Foundation Trust
“Covered much more in one day than I anticipated. Met objectives! Great examples.” – Ann Page, Senior Principal Pharmacist, Hull and East Yorkshire NHS Trust
“Can’t believe I’m saying this given this was a finance course but this has to be the best training course I have been on in my 12 year NHS Career and the presentation of the subject matter was brilliant – so entertaining and engaging. Very well done.” – Rachel Johnson, Corporate Communications Manager, NHS Hull
Many thanks to everyone who participated in such an enjoyable day.