“Difficult subject made fun.”

The NHS Budget Holder's Survival Guide

Buckinghamshire is an interesting and diverse county and so are its people. The same holds true of its health service workers who attended The NHS Budget Holder’s Survival Guide at The Clare Foundation in Saunderton today.

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Evaluation Comments

Here are some of their comments on the day, reproduced with kind written permission:

“Today has been much more informative than I expected and enjoyed this session. The overall presentation was good structured and David made it very easy to understand. Very informative.” – Sheila O’Callaghan, Dispensary Manager

“Enjoyable session.” – Sarah Crag, Midwife

“I am not directly involved in budgeting but the information was really interesting. I could now think how to improve to use budget effectively.” – Asha Mathew, Chemo / Haem Team Leader

Thank you for an interesting day, excellent! – Ellen Hope, Team Lead SCPHN

Difficult subject made fun. – Lisa Knibbs, OPD Services Manager

“Could have done with having this day a couple of years ago.” – Chris Handy, Continence Team Lead

The NHS Budget Holder’s Survival Guide one-day workshop is the essential practical introduction to the skills and knowledge managers and clinicians need to benefit their patients by successful use of their budgets. It covers all aspects of budgets and budgetary control in the NHS. It is designed for budget holders at all levels and for those who deputise for, or are likely to become budget holders in the future. No prior knowledge is assumed. Engaging practical exercises are backed-up by simple theory to ensure comprehensive coverage of all the basics. No unnecessary jargon is used.

Please get in touch if you would like to host an event in your organisation. Please use the Contact Me page. Thank you.

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