There are numerous management resources available but it can be difficult find what’s right for you. Here are a few that that we have found useful.
The Knowledge Network is the national knowledge management platform for health and social care in Scotland. It is developed and maintained by the Knowledge Services group at NHS Education for Scotland. The Leadership and Management section will be of particular interest.
The Good Practice pages (also accessible from The Knowledge Network) offer a wide range of ‘bite-size’ learning opportunities (often less than 10 mins). Typically they provide hints and tips, templates and models you can use. To access you will need to follow the Good Practice link (may require an Athens account).
Examples include -
Health Management Online offers an extensive catalogue of literature, research, links to resources and educational programmes.
A recently developed (and growing) Leadership and Management Zone can be found on Turas Learn. The site plans to offer a range of helpful resources whether you’re an experienced manager or thinking about pursuing a management / supervisory role.
Free Open University courses - can be downloaded for use on tablets, kindle etc. Each course has a guide to the number of hours study. For example – ‘Managing and managing people, takes 8 hrs and is at level 3 Advanced.
The Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) is nationally recognised service which also provides valuable guidance and supporting resources. Here are some further top tips from the website.