Breadcrumb Home Publications Medical Leadership: from the dark side to centre stage This content relates to the following topics: Clinical leadership Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page A new book co-written by Chris Ham, John Clark and Peter Spurgeon outlines the different roles of medical leaders and analyses the relationship between medical engagement and organisational performance. Comments Good read Reply Link to comment Pagination Previous page Next page Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Blog What are we learning about leadership development in primary care networks? What have we learnt from our work supporting the development of primary care networks across England? Beccy Baird, Kiran Chauhan and Tricia Boyle share their learning about what groups find useful and pose some questions for PCN leaders and clinical commissioning groups who are thinking about development needs. Online event The courage of compassion: transforming nurses’ and midwives’ working environments to enable them to flourish Audio From contract disputes to Covid-19: tales from a junior doctor What’s it like for clinicians working through the Covid-19 pandemic? And what really happened during the junior doctor dispute in 2015? Anna Charles talks with Dr Jeeves Wijesuriya, GP trainee and former chair of the BMA Junior Doctors Committee. Blog Covid-19: why compassionate leadership matters in a crisis Suzie Bailey and Michael West examine why compassionate leadership matters now, in a time of global crisis, more than ever before and how leaders can best support those health workers and carers risking their own health and wellbeing in the fight against Covid-19 (coronavirus).