Medical Leadership

Author: Jill Aylott
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1315440865
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Today’s health care systems need doctors and consultants to act as leaders, within the multi-disciplinary team, in addition to carrying out their clinical role. This book identifies the key elements of successful leadership through 'medically led' service development and systems transformation and shows how this benefits patient care, particularly when patients become partners in the process. The authors provide a conceptual framework of medical leadership and a set of scientific methods and tools that make a significant contribution to advancing quality and transforming services in healthcare. On top of this, they present analytical tools which medical professionals can use to support their own improvement or system transformation strategy, including ways of measuring improvement and the returns on investment of medical leadership. Woven throughout the book are real-life case studies from medical leaders across the world, providing students with valuable practical insights. Chapter summaries and reflections are provided to support learning. Medical Leadership will be essential reading for students on medical and clinical leadership courses internationally as well as for all practising doctors, consultants and General Practitioners.

Medical Leadership

Author: Peter Spurgeon
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1315346877
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'Successful medical leaders are usually, but not always, experienced and credible clinicians with good people skills, who look beyond the boundaries of their own specialty or institution, who are positive and perseverant and who are prepared to take reasonable risks to achieve their goals. Most importantly they know how to engage their colleagues and effect change. They understand the principles of organisational performance and the balance between professional autonomy and corporate behaviour - ' Sir Bruce Keogh, in the Foreword This book is a comprehensive account of the key aspects of medical leadership. Easy to read and highly accessible, it explores how the medical profession has evolved in tandem with administrative and structural aspects of the NHS: previously reluctant leaders, doctors are increasingly positive about adopting management and organisational responsibility. Assuming leadership roles at all stages of their training and career is a progressively vital component of the definition of a 'good doctor'. Completely up-to-date, this book features exciting and critical developments such as the embedding of the Medical Leadership Competency Framework as a statutory element of the training and development of all doctors, and the establishment of a new Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management. It is highly recommended, inspiring reading for all medical professionals taking on formal leadership roles. Junior doctors, too, will find much of interest.

Medical Leadership And Management

Author: Geraldine MacCarrick
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1447147480
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Leadership and management in the context of healthcare is about improving the quality of medical care delivered at all levels. Doctors frequently lead healthcare teams with responsibility for significant clinical resource which requires management and leadership skills regardless of specialty. A growing body of literature has also argued that medical leadership plays an integral part in the success and effectiveness of organisational change in the health sector. Being an effective medical leader requires a different set of skills from being a good clinician. It is therefore important that future medical graduates are supported and equipped with the high-level skills required for their role (e.g. leading and developing multidisciplinary teams, understanding organizational systems, processes and interdependencies, redesigning services and working collaboratively with a wide range of stakeholders). This growing interest across the globe in preparing medical graduates for the role of medical manager and leader requires a comprehensive approach to education and training which begins at an undergraduate level. As an undergraduate these skills are frequently neglected or not taught well. However, with the correct resources and using a case-based approach the undergraduate program can easily support the development of practical leadership and management skills. The case studies and supporting text will provide an overview of the fundamentals of leadership theory and practice relevant to medical students, junior doctors and specialty trainees. Using internationally recognized competency frameworks this book will support the acquisition of knowledge and skills relevant to medical management and leadership such as project management, intelligent leadership, presentation skills, audit, organizational decision making and engaging relevant stakeholders.

The Art Of Medical Leadership

Author: Suzan Oran
Editor: Wheatmark, Inc.
ISBN: 1627871780
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Having your medical practice at peak performance occurs when you draw out leadership from each person on the team. No matter where a person is on the organizational chart, they can provide leadership to make the biggest difference for your patients. · Expand your ability to lead your staff in being an inspired and fully engaged team. · Interact with your staff in a way that encourages unpredictable ideas and solutions to take your practice to higher levels of excellence. · Learn how to incorporate a method to track projects and actions so that they fit into the busy schedule of your practice. · Increase your patient satisfaction scores as you and your staff incorporate these distinctions and rise to a new level of customer service. · Experience an integrated, cohesive team within your practice, aligned to achieve consistent, outstanding medical outcomes for your patients.

Textbook Of Medical Administration And Leadership

Author: Erwin Loh
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9811054541
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This textbook covers all general areas of knowledge required for a trainee, generalist medical administrator, and doctor undergoing training to be a medical administrator specialist. Chapters cover all the key topics on medical administration and leadership. Some of the key topics included are: health systems and policy, health law, private health and insurance, health disaster planning, population and public health, health information and technology, and health economics and financial management. Medical practitioners of today are part of huge changes in medical practice as continuing developments are happening in biomedical sciences and clinical practice with new health priorities, rising expectations among patients and the public, and changing societal attitudes. Consequently, basic knowledge and skills, while fundamentally important are not enough today on their own and doctors thus need to demonstrate leadership combined with sound management skills to drive the necessary changes required to meet the challenges head. This book serve as an invaluable resource for a wide spectrum of physicians including specialists, clinician managers and other health professionals, as well as non-clinical managers working in health. This is a gateway text for trainees in medical administration, specialist medical administrators, aspiring medical managers, health service managers, and heads of service and departments in various medical specialties.

Medical Leadership

Author: Peter Spurgeon
Editor:
ISBN: 9781445379579
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In this up-to-date guide Professor Peter Spurgeon and Dr Bob Klaber take you through the latest leadership and management thinking, and how this links in with the Medical Leadership Competency Framework.

Leadership In Healthcare

Author: Paul Turner
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3030043878
File Size: 75,41 MB
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This innovative book analyses the evolving nature of leadership, exploring an ever-increasing range of theoretical concepts and applying these to practices within healthcare organisations. A wide range of theories are covered, from behavioural to attitudinal, socio-cognitive to contingency, and social exchange to team. By identifying the common underlying characteristics that are present in leadership styles and approaches, the author successfully crafts a useful model that is adaptable to different scenarios and contexts within the realms of healthcare management. Offering a series of detailed case studies from around the world, this book proposes three crucial concepts for leadership within the health sector: leadership credibility, professional credibility and organisational dynamics. Both scholars and practitioners will find the theoretical framework provided in this book insightful and applicable in real-life situations.

Management And Leadership A Guide For Clinical Professionals

Author: Sanjay Patole
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 331911526X
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​This book will provide anyone with an interest in the clinic with a basic guide on those things that are not taught during medical school or any other pre-clinical trainings. The line-up of authors was carefully assembled to include experts in all respective fields to give this volume the authority it requires to be a relevant text for many.

Effective Healthcare Leadership

Author: Melanie Jasper
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119267196
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Effective Healthcare Leadership integrates theory and practice to distil the reality of healthcare leadership today. It addresses the context and explores strategies for leadership and examines the leadership skills required to implement and sustain developments in healthcare. Section one examines the contemporary context and challenges of healthcare leadership. Section two offers opportunities through the CLINLAP/LEADLAP model to see how modern management ideas, tools and techniques are used effectively in leadership development. Section three examines the role of leadership in implementing change and improving practice in different contexts of care. The final section explores future challenges in leadership.

Medical Leadership

Author: Mathilde Aya Berghout
Editor:
ISBN: 9789463614030
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New Leadership For Today S Health Care Professionals

Author: Louis G. Rubino
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 1284148645
File Size: 69,70 MB
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New Leadership for Today's Health Care Professionals: Cases and Concepts, Second Edition explores various components of the health care system and how leaders should respond in these arenas. The Second Edition is a thorough revision that offers a comprehensive view of the leadership competencies necessary to be successful in today's healthcare industry. Each chapter is written by a leader in the healthcare industry under the guidance of the editors who have many years' experience in academia.

Effective Medical Leadership

Author: Bryce Taylor
Editor: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442642009
File Size: 28,90 MB
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`Bryce Taylor, and active academic surgeon and medical leader, brings a lifetime of hands-on leadership experience, acute observation, and a deep understanding of the leadership literature to the task of helping others achieve their own leadership potential.' From the foreword by Bruce Barraclough, AO, FRACS, Past President, International Soceity for Quality in Health Care, and Chair, Clinical Excellence Commission, New South Wales, Australia `This book has meaning far beyond hospital walls. It is a book about leadership. Anyone responsible for the management of people and resources can learn from Dr.Taylor's unique skills and abilities.' David A. Galloway, Chairman of the Board, BMO `During the course of Bryce Taylor's Career, during which time he has been head of a large teaching hospital, he has learned a lot about leadership, confidence, and impartiality. His keen observations in Effective Medical Leadership will be an invaluable resource for anyone new to a position of leadership.' Steven Strasberg, Pruett Professor of Surgery, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis `Bryce Taylor presents what today's medical leaders and those who are leaders of the future need-a patient-centred perspective that always takes into account the big-picture needs of the hospital, university, and staff body. Written thoughtfully and in plain language, Taylor's practical guide is a must-read.' Philip Hassen, President, International Society for Quality in Health Care, Dublin, and President, Canadian Network for International Surgery `Effective Medical Leadership is an outstanding guide for persons aspiring to leadership positions. In this accessible and up-to-date book, Bryce Taylor shares the wealth of his expertise with wit and humour, successfully addressing the challenges and problems encountered by leaders in the medical field. It should be required reading for all those seeking leadership roles in health care and related professions.' Garth Warnock, Chair of Surgery, University of British Columbia and Vancouver General Hospital The modern hospital represents a complex community in which life and death decisions are made on the front lines of patient care, and difficult operational and strategic initiatives are developed in the offices of institutional leaders, Effective Medical Leadership describes the unusual position of a medical leader in an organization often administered by non-medical managers. Through extensive situational examples, Dr. Bryce Taylor illuminates the principles of medical leadership, focusing on the challenges, the solutions, and the daily life of the head of a division, department, or program. In hospitals, just as in other large organizations, effective leaders must appreciate the big picture, pay attention to detail, and, above all, care about the careers of their constituents in addition to patient health. Taylor outlines successes as well as failures, emphasizing that effective leadership is based on common sense, integrity, an orientation to the welfare of colleagues, and a passionate, consistent commitment to the mission of an organization.

Abc Of Clinical Leadership

Author: Tim Swanwick
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119134315
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The ABC of Clinical Leadership explores and develops the key principles of leadership and management. It outlines the scope of clinical leadership, emphasising its importance in the clinical context, especially for improving patient care and health outcomes in rapidly changing health systems and organisations. Using short illustrative case studies, the book takes a systematic approach to leadership of clinical services, systems and organisations; working with others and developing individual leadership skills. This second edition has been fully updated to reflect recent developments in the field, including current thinking in leadership theory, as well as a focus throughout on workforce development and working in multidisciplinary healthcare teams. International examples are used to reflect global practice and two new chapters on leading projects and followership have been added. Combining theory and practical clinical examples, and written by clinical educators with a wealth of experience of leadership in the clinical and educational environment, the ABC of Clinical Leadership is an ideal resource for all healthcare professionals, both during training and for continuing professional development.

Medical Leadership At The University Of Pennsylvania

Author: University of Pennsylvania
Editor:
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Management And Leadership Skills For Medical Faculty And Healthcare Executives

Author: Anthony J. Viera
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030454258
File Size: 38,11 MB
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Recognizing that leaders in healthcare institutions face different questions and issues in different stages of their careers, this handy, practical title offers a comprehensive roadmap and range of solutions to common challenges in the complex and changing Academic Medical Center (AMC) and health care organization. Fully updated from the very well-received first edition and including new chapters, this concise handbook offers a guide for personal career development, executive skill acquisition, and leadership principles, providing real-world, actionable advice for faculty and executives seeking help on a myriad of new issues and situations. With a slightly modified title to recognize that leaders in academic medical centers and health care systems are not limited to medical faculty, this new edition maintains much of the content of the successful first edition with revisions based on feedback from readers and colleagues. New material has been added to reflect what is happening as health care undergoes major transformation. With a broader panel of renowned authors from a mix of healthcare institutions as well as nonmedical experts in leadership and management, the book again meets its primary objective: to provide medical faculty, healthcare executives and other leaders with a contemporary, directly relevant resource that emphasizes practical skills and leadership development advice, including personal improvement, which can be used at any stage of one’s career. /div /divWith critical insights and strategies for both aspiring and seasoned academicians and health executives, Management and Leadership Skills for Medical Faculty and Healthcare Executives: A Practical Handbook, 2nd Edition is a must-have resource for faculty in AMCs and for anyone with a role in healthcare leadership.

Clinical Leadership For Paramedics

Author: Blaber, Amanda
Editor: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 0335263127
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This important new book is the first specific text for paramedic students focusing on leadership as a key educational need for all NHS health care practitioners.

Leadership Careers In Medical Education

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Editor: ACP Press
ISBN: 1934465577
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Clinical Leadership In Nursing And Healthcare

Author: David Stanley
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119253764
File Size: 59,71 MB
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Clinical leadership, along with values-based care and compassion, are critical in supporting the development of high quality healthcare service and delivery. Clinical Leadership in Nursing and Healthcare: Values into Action offers a range of tools and topics that support and foster clinically focused nurses and other healthcare professionals to develop their leadership potential. The new edition has been updated in light of recent key changes in health service approaches to care and values. Divided into three parts, it offers information on the attributes of clinical leaders, as well as the tools healthcare students and staff can use to develop their leadership potential. It also outlines a number of principles, frameworks and topics that support nurses and healthcare professionals to develop and deliver effective clinical care as clinical leaders. Covering a wide spectrum of practical topics, Clinical Leadership in Nursing and Healthcare includes information on: Theories of leadership and management Organisational culture Gender Generational issues and leaders Project management Quality initiatives Working in teams Managing change Effective clinical decision making How to network and delegate How to deal with conflict Implementing evidence-based practice Each chapter also has a range of reflective questions and self-assessments to help consolidate learning. Itis invaluable reading for all nursing and healthcare professionals, as well as students and those newly qualified.