“Well worth attending.”

The NHS Budget Holder's Survival Guide

Another great trip to Cambridge and an enthusiastic group from the East of England keen to take part in The NHS Budget Holder’s Survival Guide, which is rapidly becoming the Expert Budget Holder’s Programme. Two GPs, a Chief Pharmacist, a Head Physiotherapist, a head of Acute Commissioning and a trainee from the graduate Management Training Scheme, amongst others made a fascinating group. Here are some of their comments from the evaluation forms (all published with their written permission)…

“Content and methods informative and entertaining. Just right as it is.” Penny Tilbury, Unit Head Physiotherapist, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
“Well paced throughout day, content very logically presented and easily understood.”Liz Bligh, Chief Pharmacist, Papworth Hospital NHS Trust
“I thought this was an excellent day.” Gary Howsam, GP, The New Queen Street Surgery, Whittlesey, Cambs.
“Overall Excellent.” Dr Dhanushan, GP, The New Queen Street Surgery, Whittlesey, Cambs.
“Well worth attending.”Alec Edwards, Project Manager, West Suffolk Hospital NHS Trust
“Very enjoyable training session. Thank you.”Karen Bevan, Team Leader, Norfolk and Waveney Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
“Very well presented and overall quite enjoyable.”Martin Willoughby, Modern Matron, Norfolk and Waveney Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
“Really great course – clear, concise and enjoyable!” Claire Mitchell, Children’s Commissioning Manager, NHS NEE
“As someone with very little finance knowledge I have learnt how to interpret budget statements and what the important things to look for are. I have also learnt some essential maths. I think the course covered all the objectives. I don’t think any more information could be squeezed into the day!”Katherine Joel, NHS Graduate Management Trainee

Many thanks to all concerned.


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