Announcement: Academic Health Sciences Leadership Program


Announcement: Academic Health Sciences Leadership Program

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Announcement: Academic Health Sciences Leadership Program

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Date: This is not a timed event.

Description


This program identifies and mentors future leaders in Manitoba's health system. The focus is on developing skills to assist individuals to prepare for leadership roles while understanding the dynamics of the healthcare system and academic environment.

Program participants are critical, creative and lateral thinking individuals who are able to lead academic health sciences units, while fostering organizational growth, learning and innovation. The program is targeted towards mid-career health care professionals in the Health Sciences faculties, Health Systems, and Government interested in progressing to senior level leadership.

This program will be delivered using a small group discussion format featuring selected experts and University, Health Authority and Government senior leaders. An on-line community will supplement these sessions, supporting participants throughout the program and a capstone project will be required in the area of leadership relevant to the participant’s workplace or sphere of influence. There is no cost for the program but space is limited.

Program Schedule

The course runs from September - February 2017 on Wednesday evenings from 5pm - 8 pm. Applications for the 2017-2018 session will be accepted in Spring 2017. Check back for more information.

Register

Registration is open for the 2017 - 2018 program session.

Course Materials

Capstone Project
Senior leaders in the Faculty of Medicine and the Winnipeg Health Region will mentor participants in the development of a capstone project in an area of leadership relevant to the participant’s workplace or sphere of influence.

To view a template for the Academic Health Sciences Leadership Program Capstone Project, please click HERE. To view a guide for presenting your project, please click HERE.

The resources below are only accessible to program participants.