Suitable for: NCHDs, surgeons, consultants, clinical directors, academic medical faculty
The dynamic nature of healthcare and the ongoing development of healthcare systems highlight the importance of medical doctors as leaders who can embody a wide range of leadership competencies and capabilities.
Increasingly medical leaders must talk convincingly about the whole organisation while retaining their unique clinical focus and emphasis on the human experience. To be an effective leader doctors must focus on their personal leadership practice, develop high performing teams and influence change and improve performance at the organisational and system level.
This three-day programme will be delivered in partnership with the RCSI Graduate School of Healthcare Management, Ireland's only third level institution dedicated exclusively to developing the leadership, management and educational capacity of doctors, surgeons and health professionals.
The programme is aligned to current national and international medical leadership competency frameworks including the NHS Medical Leadership Competency Framework (2010); CanMEDS Canadian Physician competency framework (2015); and the Irish Medical Council (IMC) Professional Competency reaching for improvement (2011).