Published: Monday 11 December 2017

As part of our research strategy, we’ve committed to developing the next generation of stroke leaders through the delivery of our lectureship programme

This commitment includes providing our lecturers with training days throughout the year that give them the tools they need to succeed in an environment of shared learning and support.

At our latest training day, we were delighted to welcome Professor Tony Rudd CBE, National Clinical Director for Stroke with NHS England. He talked to our lecturers about what he felt makes a good leader, and spoke about the career path he took to his current position, with lessons he learnt on the way.

Professor Tony Rudd sharing leadership lessons from his career

He answered a range of insightful questions from our lecturers, who all agreed they had greatly benefited from the opportunity to speak with him and had been empowered by his message.

If you’d like to know more about becoming a Stroke Association lecturer or reader, please visit the Lectureships section of our website.

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