Leadership Development Scholarship Programme: Developing Medical and Academic Leaders

13 Oct 2021

Last week at the College’s inaugural President’s Conference, ‘Time to Heal: Recovery and Renewal’, the College celebrated the successful completion of the Leadership Development Scholarship Programme by its first cohort.

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Last week at the College’s inaugural President’s Conference, ‘Time to Heal: Recovery and Renewal’, the College celebrated the successful completion of the Leadership Development Scholarship Programme by its first cohort. The Programme is a joint project with the University of Glasgow, and is designed to support those underrepresented in medical leadership positions, within either a clinical or academic setting. The Programme involves a personal mentorship, training programme, networking opportunities, alongside a range of courses and activities. The College, and the University of Glasgow, extends its warmest congratulations to these four successful Leaders:

Dr Claire Langridge

Dr Langridge has been a consultant Physician for the Elderly in South Glasgow for ten years as well as works as a Foundation Programme Director within NHS Education for Scotland. She is both a Fellow and a College Clinical Educator for the College within the Academy of Clinical Educators, and has been integral in quality improvement and audit across Glasgow as well as producing a variety of clinical research papers. She recently has taken up the post of Associate Postgraduate Dean – Quality (Mental Health) within NHS Education for Scotland.

Ms Nicola Jane Madeley

Ms Madeley is a consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Glasgow Royal Infirmary and also an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Glasgow. She has organised conferences, coordinated lecture programmes, as well as service re-design within her departments. She has organised the Triennial Foot and Ankle teaching term for West of Scotland Trainees’ since 2012, and is an Educational and Clinical Supervisor for junior and middle tier trainees.

Dr Antonia Ho

Dr Ho is a junior Principal Investigator and Medical Consultant as well as an infectious disease physician, clinical epidemiologist and scientist. She is a Clinical Senior Lecturer within the University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research, and an Honorary Consultant in Infectious Diseases for two Glasgow hospitals. She has won multiple awards, published a variety of papers and presented on various topics within infectious diseases at a range of conferences.

Ms Mary M Brown

Ms Brown is the first female Urologist in a Lead Clinical role within NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, and has been a consultant urological surgeon for over ten years. She has worked as the Lead Clinician for Urology North, and leads the Urology participation in the Scottish Government Institute of Healthcare Optimisation Programme. Alongside this, she is the Urology representative on the Surgical Education, Training and Professional Development Board of the College, and the regional representative for the West of Scotland on the Council of British Urological Association of Surgeons, and the President of the Scottish Urological Society.

The College is now accepting applications for cohort 2 of the Leadership Development Scholarship Programme. For full details about the Programme, eligibility and how to apply, please visit our website. Applications close Tuesday 30 November 2021.

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