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2024 Canadian Conference on Physician Leadership

Title: 2024 Canadian Conference on Physician Leadership
Theme: Shifting the paradigm
Date: May 24-25, 2024
Location: Le Centre Sheraton, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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Code Red: Scenario Planning for Adaptive Solutions

Title: Code Red - Scenario Planning for Adaptive Solutions (pre-conference course)
Conference: Canadian Conference of Physician Leaders
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Date: May 23, 2024
Presenters: D Meschino, A Henley, S Green, M Sergeant, K Leeb, MK Chan
Description: Canada has called a CODE RED for heat and fire. The impact is profound with increased death, medical compromise-& mental illness. In an era of disinformation, trusted voices must speak up The Right Honourable Kim Campbell urged us, reporting that our voices are critical for progress. Plan ahead for critical adaptive solutions. Scenario planning is a powerful leadership technique to collaborate & influence vertically and across sectors.

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CAME Canadian Institute for Leadership in Medical Education (ICLÉM)

Title: CAME Canadian Institute for Leadership in Medical Education (ICLÉM)

  • May 27-30, 2024 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Feb 10-13, 2025 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Description: Our popular professional leadership development program, the Canadian Institute for Leadership in Medical Education (CILÉM) 1.0 , is now open for registration. ACÉM created ICLÉM with the goal of training national leaders in the field of health sciences education. It is designed to meet the needs of individuals engaged in leading initiatives to promote excellence, innovation, change and research in the health sciences. This institute is aimed at health sciences educators who are able to implement new skills in the workplace. Teaching and learning methods will include interactive lectures, individual assignments, self-reflection, small group sessions, teamwork and networking opportunities. Additionally, the case examples used during the program will be directly applicable to health sciences education.
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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.

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