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Unlock Your Leadership Potential: Join the FEDIP Future Digital Leaders Programme Cohort 3 (Pre-Registration Open)

FEDIP is now accepting expressions of interest from those who wish to become a part of Cohort 3 of the Future Digital Leader Programme. Complete the form below to be the first to hear when applications open in May.   





The FEDIP Future Leader Bursary is a competitive programme which invites those working in health and care informatics to become part of a yearly cohort of aspiring future leaders.   

 

"I've really enjoyed the scheme; it's helped me expand my view past my small domain and meeting like-minded people has been really rewarding."  

 

What does the Future Digital Leader Bursary Programme offer you?  

 

Professional Body Membership  

The bursary covers a 12-month membership of a FEDIP Professional Body (AphA, BCS, CILIP, IHRIM) of your choice and access to their mentoring scheme. 




FEDIP Professional Bodies

 


Certificate of Recognition  

Achieving a place on our competitive bursary program recognises your potential in the health and care digital profession. Awardees receive a FEDIP certificate, validating their acceptance, and a digital badge to share with their network. This acknowledgement highlights your leadership skills and dedication to advancing digital health and care. 



 

Future Digital Leader Council  

FEDIP Future Digital Leader alumni are invited to join the Future Digital Leader's Council. A special interest group that allows participants to feedback on ongoing programmes of work within the profession.  

 

Private Peer-to-Peer Community  

Each cohort has a private peer-to-peer support group to connect with other members within their bursary group for support, ideas and collaboration.  

 

Online Speaker Programme  

Bursary holders are invited to three exclusive webinar events where we invite current industry leaders to present on their current projects and answer any questions they may have. Past speakers have included:   

 

Sonia Patel (NHS System CIO), Kelvyn Hipperson, (CIO, Royal Cornwall Hospital NHS Trust) and Melanie Iles - (Interim CCIO for NHS England).  

 

Conference Attendance  

Conference attendance at the next FEDIP-sponsored conference (date to be confirmed)


 

Who is the programme for?  

The programme is open to both clinical and non-clinical professionals working in the health or care informatics (digital health) profession.   


The programme aims to have a wide range of professionals represented.


Previous bursary holders range from Business Analysts and Digital Nurses to Clinical Coders and Mental Health Support Workers. Previous applicants have been a mix of NHS, charity and private companies.  



 

Be the First to Know 


Applications for Cohort 3 open in May, but we invite you to complete the expression of interest form now to ensure you are among the first to be notified.


Don't miss this competitive opportunity to join a community of aspiring future leaders dedicated to making a difference in the health and care informatics space. 




 

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