The fellowship gives access to original Harvard Business School cases, Harvard Business Publishing registration and guides fellows through preparations for consultant practice. Graduates also benefit from:  

  1. Opportunities to make leadership contributions within Guy's and St Thomas' NHS FT 
  2. King's Health Partners & King's College London affiliations and alumni network connections 
  3. A Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) competency sign-off in leadership and management 

Fellowship events

Executive Fellowship in Surgical Leadership Graduation ceremony

Graduating class of 2023Following the successful completion of their innovation projects and participation in the Executive Fellowship in Surgical Leadership programme, Prokar and Petrut congratulated the class of 2023.

At our 2023 ceremony we thanked our fellows for their dedication to the programme. As our fellows begin implementting their new leadership and innovation skills, we look forward to seeing the patient benefits they bring into their clinical practice.  


A few fellows from the graduating class of 2023

Class of 2023 Graduation photosGraduation speeches

Dr Nadine Hachach-Haram delivered an inspirational talk to the KHP Executive Fellowship in Surgical Leadership class of 2023. In her talk, she inspired fellows with her personal journey of surgical innovation and entrepreneurship. Moving from California to Beirut in the late 80s, she learned a lot about life and surgery.

To find out how innovation and leadership could transform your practice and develop your skills apply to join the Academic Surgery Executive Fellowship in Surgical Leadership programme. This twelve-month programme aims to teach leadership as the process of implementing positive change in dynamic, volatile or complex environments.

2024 Executive Fellowship launch and information session – TBC

Please email if you would like to sign up to attend this and learn more about the 2024 programme. 

Fellow testimonials

All of the consultants on this Fellowship Course were very inspiring for all of us as surgical trainees.... I think with this course, understanding how to develop your idea from an idea into a project, has made me more interested in having more ideas and working through them.

We discuss multiple cases successful and cases poorly managed from historians and this gives us a very good hollistic approach to see how we can adapt this into the NHS. 

I wanted to fine-tune some of my management and leadership skills. I have done things like this before. I have done an MBA previously but it didn't give me the specific skills that I wanted and was looking for to utilise in my own practice.