We’re seeking passionate and experienced practicing clinicians who are driven to improve prostate cancer services in their area and make a meaningful difference for men living with prostate cancer.   

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Deadline for applications is 5pm, Wednesday 6 January 2021.

What is the Clinical Champions programme?

Our flagship programme aims to identify future clinical leaders and provide them with the knowledge, skills and support to deliver significant improvements to prostate cancer care across a local system.  

In this 18-month programme, we will take you on a leadership and improvement journey that will enable you to deliver an improvement project at a local or national level.

The programme is made up of:

  • A welcome event
  • 4 x 24 hour residential learning sessions
  • 4 x 3 hour virtual improvement group meetings
  • Celebratory event

What does the programme involve?

We have partnered with the innovative leadership development organisation Living Potential to bring you a bespoke clinical leadership programme. The aim is to bring about meaningful improvements in care for men living with or at risk of prostate cancer.

Through the programme you will receive:

  • Individual support from a member of the programme faculty around your improvement ambitions.
  • Training on change leadership, system leadership, improvement science and implementing an improvement project.
  • Virtual improvement group meetings that allow time to connect with peers, gather insight and space for reflection.
  • Opportunities to meet other inspiring leaders inside and outside of the prostate cancer world.
  • Individual developmental feedback and support between modules.
  • Networking, sharing insights and learning from fellow peers on the programme.
  • Support from Prostate Cancer UK during and beyond the programme.

Importantly the programme will bring together a group of clinicians who share similar every-day challenges to develop a peer support network that transcends traditional hierarchy and allows you to share best practice, learn from and challenge each other.

Who is the programme for?

We know all roles along across the prostate cancer pathway are critical to transforming care. That’s why we take a multidisciplinary approach to this programme. We’re looking for passionate and experienced practicing clinicians from a variety of professional backgrounds who are driven to improve prostate cancer care.

The Prostate Cancer Improvement Programmes have been supported by grants from Astellas Pharma Ltd, Bayer UK, Roche Products Ltd. and Sanofi Genzyme. None of these organisations have had any control over the educational content of this activity.