NHS internal coaching to live on despite cuts

Despite the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement facing the axe in 2012, Sue Mortlock, its head of board development, is optimistic that its work on internal coaching and internal coach supervision will continue across the NHS. Mortlock said: "We feel we've done too much to let it slip. We need to look at where coaching will sit in the next structure, where it can be championed across the service when the national and strategic health authorities have disappeared. I'm optimistic there will be a home for this." The shake-up will mean the national and regional leads that the NHS Institute...

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