Overview of the Emerging Women Leaders Programme


Overview of the Emerging Women Leaders Programme

The Emerging Women Leaders Programme is a development programme commissioned specifically to address the under-representation of women in leadership roles within the RCP and the wider medical profession.

The programme aims to develop the essential leadership knowledge, skills and behaviours to support participants in growing confidence in their abilities in order to be successful in future senior leadership positions within the NHS.

The programme achieves these aims through interactive workshops, access to mentoring from senior medical leaders, access to support from programme alumni, peer group support and through opportunities for professional networking.

Who should apply?

Female doctors who can commit to the course dates (please visit the RCP website for course dates www.rcplondon.ac.uk/ewl) and who are either:

consultants within 10 years post CCT
SAS doctors with equivalent experience.

Application deadline dates

As a result of a generous donation from the Lord Leonard and Lady Estelle Wolfson Foundation, we are able to award a 
total of 12 funded fellowships for the Emerging Women Leaders Programme (six places based in London, 
six in Liverpool). 

Applications for a fellowship award must be received by 15 July 2019
Applicants not wishing to apply for a fellowship award may submit applications by 15 July 2019. Further information on 
fees for the programme including member discounts can be found on the RCP website – www.rcplondon.ac.uk/ewl
For further information on the application process please visit the RCP website – www.rcplondon.ac.uk/ewl
For any enquiries, please email womenInMedicine@rcplondon.ac.uk


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