Notes to editors
- An NHS trust board typically includes the following executive director roles: chief executive, finance director, medical director and nursing director. Other executive roles include: deputy chief executive, director of strategy and transformation, director of workforce/human resources and director of operations/chief operating officer.
- Leadership in today's NHS: delivering the impossible, is published by The King's Fund and NHS Providers on Wednesday 18 July 2018.
- The report is based on a survey of NHS trusts and foundation trusts carried out by NHS Providers in late 2017, qualitative interviews and a roundtable event with frontline leaders and national stakeholders.
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