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The NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme

In 1956, in the context of a growing focus on the administrative structure of the NHS, the first national administrative training scheme was inaugurated. Graduates were offered a 2-year intensive training programme.

The scheme would produce many of the NHS's senior leaders over the next few decades, including Sir David Nicholson and Simon Stevens.


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