Share

The Next GenCast

Backstage with...

The NextGen Cast is a podcast from Next Generation GP, a free national leadership programme for GPs at the start of their careers. In this podcast, we go backstage with some of our favourite speakers..and get to know the
Latest Episode10/31/2022

Episode 31. Backstage with: Dr Aarti Bansal.

This episode is an extra special collaboration with the wonderful team at FairHealth.They are an amazing charity set up by GPs, offering free resources to help anyone in the NHS to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to work in areas of deprivation. This episode is hosted by Dr Rachel Steen, producer of the brilliant Finding Fair Health podcast. Rachel is a GP in Sheffield, and runs the GP Trailblazer scheme. She's also an invaluable part of the Next Gen GP leadership team, having hosted programmes in her patch in Sheffield and supported our team out there.For this episode, she interviews Dr Aarti Bansal.Aarti’s a GP in Sheffield, and she founded the incredible Greener Practice network in 2017. They are an inspiring network of GPs across the country, who aim to enthuse and engage our primary care community in action towards environmentally sustainable healthcare.*Highlights:Aart'is drive for Greener Practice and sustainability (4 mins)What can we do as health professionals (8 mins)Four pillars of sustainability (10 mins)Prevention (11.5 mins)Social determinants of health (16 mins)Greener Practice (20 mins)Challenges with bringing new people on board (29 mins)Leadership lessons (30.5 mins) Top tips, role model, and a book (35 mins) *Resources:Greener PracticeNancy Kline – Time to Think (book)Active Hope (book) Finding FairHealth Podcast (hosted by Rachel Steen)Next Gen Webinar on Greener practice with Aarti's team- worth a watch if you missed it! *Social media:@rmsteen@NextGGP/ @nishmanek *Subscribe to the Next Gen GP monthly bulletin to keep in the loop:bit.ly/NGGPbulletinhttps://nextgenerationgp.co.uk/
10/31/2022

Episode 31. Backstage with: Dr Aarti Bansal.

This episode is an extra special collaboration with the wonderful team at FairHealth.They are an amazing charity set up by GPs, offering free resources to help anyone in the NHS to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to work in areas of deprivation. This episode is hosted by Dr Rachel Steen, producer of the brilliant Finding Fair Health podcast. Rachel is a GP in Sheffield, and runs the GP Trailblazer scheme. She's also an invaluable part of the Next Gen GP leadership team, having hosted programmes in her patch in Sheffield and supported our team out there.For this episode, she interviews Dr Aarti Bansal.Aarti’s a GP in Sheffield, and she founded the incredible Greener Practice network in 2017. They are an inspiring network of GPs across the country, who aim to enthuse and engage our primary care community in action towards environmentally sustainable healthcare.*Highlights:Aart'is drive for Greener Practice and sustainability (4 mins)What can we do as health professionals (8 mins)Four pillars of sustainability (10 mins)Prevention (11.5 mins)Social determinants of health (16 mins)Greener Practice (20 mins)Challenges with bringing new people on board (29 mins)Leadership lessons (30.5 mins) Top tips, role model, and a book (35 mins) *Resources:Greener PracticeNancy Kline – Time to Think (book)Active Hope (book) Finding FairHealth Podcast (hosted by Rachel Steen)Next Gen Webinar on Greener practice with Aarti's team- worth a watch if you missed it! *Social media:@rmsteen@NextGGP/ @nishmanek *Subscribe to the Next Gen GP monthly bulletin to keep in the loop:bit.ly/NGGPbulletinhttps://nextgenerationgp.co.uk/
8/21/2022

Episode RE-RELEASE: with Laura Neilson.

Continuing our summer re-release series, this episode is with the amazing Dr Laura Neilson. Laura invariably moves our Next Gen audiences to tears and sparks standing ovations, because of her incredibly powerful story of influencing health inequalities from when she was only a medical student.Laura is the CEO of Hope Citadel Healthcare CIC, and a director of the Focused Care CIC - a unique approach to managing vulnerable patients in areas of deprivation. She founded Hope Citadel whilst she was a medical student living on a council estate in Oldham. She noticed the inequality in healthcare for the poorest, seeing the "inverse care law" in stark reality, and decided that it was possible to make a difference – so she set up a GP practice. Hope Citadel now run 11 GP practices in some of the most hard-pressed areas of Greater Manchester, aiming to provide whole-person healthcare to all.*Highlights:Her early influences (3 mins)'Noticing the gap' (7 mins)Digging deep and finding courage (9 mins)Setting up Hope Citadel (13 mins)Stories that made her stop (19 mins)Going to too many funerals (21 mins)"Focused care" (23.5 mins)Being told she couldn't do it (28 mins)Feeling out of her depth (30.5 mins)Feeling overwhelmed tackling health inequalities (37 mins)The role of doctors in social justice (41.5 mins)Her vision for her patients (43 mins)What can we do? (45 mins)Sustaining her energy (48 mins)Final 3 questions - a leader, a book, and top tips (50 mins)*Resources:Focused careBrene Brown's Dare to Lead book and the podcast on SpotifyHealth Equity in England- the Marmot Review 10 years on*Social media:@NextGGP/@nishmanek*Subscribe to the Next Gen GP monthly bulletin to keep in the loop about future webinars, podcast episodes, and our virtual programmes:bit.ly/NGGPbulletin
7/23/2022

Episode RE-RELEASE: with Karyn McCluskey

Over the summer period we are re-releasing some some of our most popular conversations....This conversation is with Karyn McCluskey, chief executive of Community Justice Scotland. I heard Karyn on a podcast a few years ago, and never forgot her story.Karyn trained as a nurse in the NHS, but has worked in the police for the last 22 years. She was Director of the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit for the last decade, which proposed a different way of addressing violence in Scotland. They developed injury surveillance, gang intervention and gang exit, and focused on preventing knife carrying and injury. She helps support the Medics Against Violence charity in Scotland, set up in conjunction with the Violence Reduction Unit.So how did Karyn get such startling results in a city once known as the murder capital of western Europe? Listen to Karyn's story, the lessons she's learnt, and the advice she'd give to any leader with a drive to tackle 'wicked' problems- prepare to have your mind blown!*Highlights:Her vision and story (2 mins)Advice on making change (13 mins)Coping with failure (22 mins)Working within political timescales (25 mins)Changing things without evidence (28 mins)Imposter syndrome (32 mins)Resilience and decompressing (39 mins)Mum guilt (40 mins)Final 3 questions- recommended resources, a leader she admires, and top 3 bits of advice (42 mins)*Resources:A recent Telegraph article profiling KarynHer Ted Talk: 'Proceed til Apprehended'The podcast where I first heard Karyn: Reasons to be Cheerful (Episode 50)More about Karyn's work*Social media:@KarynMcCluskey@NextGGP*Subscribe to our monthly bulletin for further webinars, podcast episodes, and programme updates:https://bit.ly/NGGPbulletin
6/27/2022

Episode RE-RELEASE: with Sarah-Jane Marsh.

We're taking a break over the summer, and re-releasing some of our most popular episodes. This one is with Sarah-Jane Marsh, CEO of Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital. Sarah-Jane joined the NHS via the Graduate Management Scheme. Appointed Chief Operating Officer at Birmingham Children’s Hospital in December 2007, and Chief Executive just over a year later, whilst still only 32, the Trust has been under her leadership for 12 years and was named ‘Provider Trust of the Year’ by the Health Service Journal in 2015.In 2015, Sarah-Jane took on the additional role of Chief Executive of Birmingham Women’s, before going on to integrate the two Trusts to create the first Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust in Europe in little more than 18 months. In 2016, Sarah-Jane was asked to head-up the NHS England Maternity Transformation Programme.More recently, she was asked by the Government to lead the testing aspect of their Covid-19 'Test and Trace' programme. In this episode, Sarah-Jane talks candidly about her recent experience working for the Government, reflects on how she coped when her resilience hit rock bottom, and shares some of the lessons she's learnt on her leadership journey so far...*Highlights:What it was like being asked to lead for 'Test and Trace' (3 mins)Managing life at home alongside that responsibility (6.5 mins)Lessons learnt from that role (11.5 mins)How her resilience hit rock bottom (13 mins)Her journey to CEO (19 mins)Managing imposter syndrome (23 mins)Her proudest moments (27 mins)What she'd like to achieve over the next 10 years (30 mins)How she balances being a mum (34 mins)How she copes with abuse on Twitter (40 mins)Her final recommended resources, role model, and top tips fo new leaders (42 mins)*Resources:Jess Phillips' first bookOur podcast episode with Sir Bruce Keogh, Sarah-Jane's Chairman at Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital*Social media:@BWCHBoss@NextGGP*Subscribe to the Next Gen GP monthly bulletin to keep in the loop about future webinars, podcast episodes, and our virtual programmes:bit.ly/NGGPbulletin
5/29/2022

Episode 29. Backstage with: Dr Bola Owolabi

This is Episode 29, with Dr Bola Owolabi, Director of Health Inequalities at NHS England and NHS Improvement, COVID-19 has shone a harsh light on some of the inequalities that persist in our society, and Bola has been leading the NHS effort to accelerate progress in tackling this over the last few years in her national role.Bola also works as a GP in the Midlands, and has held various leadership roles at local, system and national levels in her career. Having heard her speak at a few meetings and conferences now, I’ve always come away with an impression of someone who is quietly confident, hugely committed to her purpose of reducing health inequalities, and clearly mindful of bringing other people with her along that journey.*Highlights:Her early years and influences (3 mins)Bola's 'why' (7 mins)Managing her imposter syndrome (14 mins)Do leadership qualifications matter? (18 mins)The value of mentoring, and how to find a mentor (22 mins)Being a BAME leader (30 mins)What her role means, and the vision of her team (34 mins)Staying hopeful about tackling inequalities (40 mins)What can we all do to help tackle inequalities? (46 mins)*ResourcesLearn more about Core 20 plus 5RCGP modules on health inequalitiesA blog by Bola on health inequalities in the BMJ, and more blogs she has written for NHSEBook recommendation: Lean In, by Sheryl SandbergLearn more about 'Core 20 plus 5' in this episode she recorded for "Finding fairhealth" with Rachel Steen*Social media:Twitter: @bolaowolabi8@NextGGP/ @nishmanek*Subscribe to the Next Gen GP monthly bulletin to keep in the loop:bit.ly/NGGPbulletinhttps://nextgenerationgp.co.uk/
4/24/2022

Episode 28. Backstage with: Hannah Miller

Leadership starts with leading yourself, and there is no better person to help us understand ourselves than this week's guest- Hannah Miller. Hannah is one of our most popular speakers at Next Generation GP, and you'll see why! She's an amazing coach, supporting emerging leaders from all sorts of backgrounds using a strengths based approach to development and finding purpose. She's a fantastic speaker, and was chosen to receive the Vistage Rising Star Award for speaking in 2019.She's introduced a lot of Next Gen GPs to a profling tool called StrengthsFinder, developed by Gallup, which offers personalised insights about what you naturally do best. So many Next Gen leaders have been amazed by how accurately it describes them, and how it helps them to understand differences in their teams, what they are really good at, and what opportunities they should decline or pursue as a result. *Highlights:Her career (3 mins)What is StrengthsFinder? (7.5 mins)Why should we focus on strengths rather than weaknesses? (9 mins)Working with doctor leaders (18 mins)Choosing between opportunities (19.5 mins)Coping at rock bottom (24 mins)Starting her own company (30 mins)Managing her own setbacks and vulnerability (35 mins)Where she finds her energy (40 mins)Quick fire: including favourite books, heroes, and top tips for new leaders (45 mins)*ResourcesHannah's website- SidekickA Next Gen webinar with HannahBook: Four Thousand Weeks by Oliver Burkeman or a podcast with him Book: A Fine Balance, Rohinton MistryPodcast: The Diary of a CEO with Steven Bartlett *Social media:Twitter: @hannahloumillerInstagram@NextGGP/ @nishmanek*Subscribe to the Next Gen GP monthly bulletin to keep in the loop:bit.ly/NGGPbulletinhttps://nextgenerationgp.co.uk/