This lecture has been generously supported by Eli Lilly and Company Limited. They have had no influence over the programme or its contents.
Lilly lecture 2021: leadership in a time of crisis
Since March 2020, our current and future medical leaders have faced big challenges and continue to achieve the impossible. We are excited to celebrate medical leadership at our annual Lilly lecture and explore the lessons we have learnt.
In this year's lecture you will hear from Mrs Fiona Noden
, chief executive of Bolton NHS Foundation Trust. Following Fiona's appointment at the very start of the pandemic, she will discuss her experiences, the challenges and learning as she led through the initial pandemic response and the subsequent three Bolton waves.
The junior medical workforce has also stepped up during the pandemic, with trainees taking on leadership roles to bridge the gaps. We'll hear from a member of our chief registrars programme, Dr Aaisha Saqib
. Aaisha will talk about her journey from a medical student in Pakistan to a junior doctor in England. She will showcase the work that she undertook as an RCP chief registrar, share experiences from training as a junior doctor and discuss how we can facilitate and transcend hierarchies to inspire shared leadership during any stage of your career.
6.30pm Welcome and introduction
Dr Andrew Goddard, president, Royal College of Physicians and Mr Jeff Yang, senior medical director, Northern European Hub (UK, ROI and Nordics), Eli Lilly and Company Limited
6.35pm "She's nowt but a little girl"
Mrs Fiona Noden, chief executive, Bolton NHS Foundation Trust
7.05pm I am just a junior doctor! Transcending hierarchies to facilitate shared leadership
Dr Aaisha Saqib, ST7 specialist registrar in diabetes, endocrinology and general (internal) medicine, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
7.25pm Question and answer session with our speakers
8.00pm Close of meeting
Please note that any presentations shown at this event have been produced by the individual speakers. As such they are not owned by, and do not necessarily represent the views of, the RCP.
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