Iain specialises in teaching, consultancy and research around management and leadership development in the NHS; service evaluation and improvement; clinical engagement in management and regulation of health care.
Iain joined HSMC in 2010 and was previously Head of the Centre of Professional and Organisation Development at Sheffield Hallam University. He is an experienced teacher at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and developed a number of bespoke educational programmes for NHS Trusts. He is particularly interested in the effect of individuals’ development on their performance at work. His professional background is in NHS hospital management – he has wide experience in operational management and in corporate roles in the NHS where he worked for 13 years. His last post was Deputy Director of Operations at West Suffolk Hospital.
His previous projects include:
Development of a Public Health Consultants network, in a Strategic Health Authority.
Realistic Evaluation of a Falls Collaborative in an NHS Foundation Trust.
Senior Management Development Programmes at NHS Trusts
Evaluation of Healthy Living Barnsley (2008)
Guidance for Manager Induction Standards for Skills for Care (2007)
Snelling, I (2010). The development of regulation of acute hospitals in England: Leadership challenges. Leadership in Health Services 2010, 23,2,172-179 2010, 23,2,172-179
Snelling I (2010) Health Policy. In Sellman D and Snelling P, eds, (2010). Becoming a Nurse, A textbook for professional practice. Pearson. Pearson.
Snelling I, Havard C, Pontin D (2010) Management and Leadership. In Sellman D and Snelling P, eds, (2010). Becoming a Nurse, A textbook for professional practice. Pearson. Pearson.
Snelling I (2003). Snelling I. Do star ratings really reflect hospital performance?. Journal of Health Management and Organisation 2003; 17,3, 210-223. 2003; 17,3, 210-223