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TISLEP: The International Summit on Leadership Education for Physicians - Oct 26, 2022

Title: À Présent: Leadership for a World Redefined

Date/Time: Oct 26, 2022 - 08:00-17:00

Location: Montréal Westin, in Montréal Ballrooms A, B, C, and D

Description: "This year our program will focus on leadership skills for to navigate in our current environments. The combination of severe healthcare staffing shortages and backlogs for care, the immediate post-syndemic timing, and the social and political realities of the past two years, collectively make new skills necessary for effective leadership." (more information)

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Winnipeg Foundation Martha Donovan Women's Leadership Development Award

The Winnipeg Foundation Martha Donovan Fund is a $250,000 fund intended to provide leadership development awards for women in the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba.

If you're a female student, post-doc or resident, or a full- or part-time academic faculty member, you can apply until November 1, 2022.

Details: https://umanitoba.ca/health-sciences/student-experience#financial-aid-and-awards.

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Contact the Office of Leadership Education, RFHS with suggestions & feedback for this guide:
RadyLeadershipED@umanitoba.ca

The Office of Leadership Education is co-directed by;

Ming-Ka Chan, MD MHPE FRCPC

Shaundra Popowich, MD FRCSC MBA

Guide Purpose


The purpose of this guide is to provide resources for those interested in developing competencies and capabilities in health leadership. Curated for the health sciences learner at all levels, it aims to support those exploring leadership development at their own pace or teachers looking for additional resources to integrate. This guide was developed by members of the Office of Leadership Education, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences (RFHS), members of RFHS and in partnership with UM Library.

Resources listed here are not exhaustive and may change over time. We welcome feedback and suggestions by email.

Material posted to this page are organized by media;