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Accelerate Programme: Review


From the first cohort back in 2010, much has changed in the NHS.

We’ve reviewed what the Accelerate programme has achieved and what options we have for the future of the programme.

Does Accelerate remain relevant, proportionate and effective? Is it possible for organisations and teams to invest in the same way they have done over past years? How do the aims of Accelerate fit in the wider priorities of professional development at a national, regional and local level?

Our review involved volunteers who completed the Accelerate programme over the last five years. We hope that their journeys will illustrate how the programme helped participants to develop their personal leadership skills and put them to use in the wider organisation.

Accelerate Review Brochure

You can also download the brochure here.

We would like to thank all the participants of Accelerate for the difference they have made to the health, care and well-being of people in Yorkshire and the Humber.

If you have any comments or questions about Accelerate and want to be involved in deciding the future of the programme, please contact Lucy Scarisbrick, our Alumni and Engagement Officer.

Accelerate Case Studies - watch a short video

We've made a short video with participants and practitioners from the programme.  

Watch the short video and learn how the programme has helped NHS staff to develop in their role and provide better health outcomes for patients.


This Page was last updated on: 25 January 2017

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