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  • Many physician-led organizations in the U.S. are eager to implement leadership education programs but have not for various reasons. This project will identify five such organizations through a competitive process and partner with them to deliver a comprehensive 1.5 day training program for their members.

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  • Kansas Medical Foundation plans to expand its leadership institute which currently is a one-day program offering physicians an introduction to leadership principles. KMF will partner with the Kansas Leadership Center to broaden the scope of the Leadership Institute in three areas.

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  • This 24-month project proposes to host two 10-month Mindful Physician Leadership Program tracks (MPLP1 and MPLP2) each year. The tracks have a similar structure (retreats, community meetings, buddy system / peer coaching, and web-based support), but differ in curriculum. 

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  • The NCMS Foundation’s Kanof Institute for Physician Leadership operates four leadership development courses that prepare NC physicians to lead others to transform the health care system.

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  • The Hawaii Medical Foundation will launch the statewide HMA Physician Leadership and Management Academy (PLMA). It proposes a focused and collaborative curricula design process for two courses: (1) the 1.5-day Shidler course, and (2) a series of live and pre-produced webinars produced locally and by other state medical association affiliated programs.

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  • There is a strong need for a leadership curriculum in residents, and this is often a gap in current medical training programs. The Hanley Center is furthering the work of a prior PF grant that collaboratively developed a Residency Leadership Curriculum.

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  • The Hanley Center's initiative dovetails with the Center's need to develop a plan for the next phase of the Physician Executive Leadership Institute (PELI). PELI was initially envisioned as a 5 year initiative aimed at building physician leadership capacity across an entire state. It is now in the 4th year of the project & the Hanley Board is beginning an extensive process to chart a course for PELI going forward.

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  • The Medical Educational & Scientific Foundation of New York will design the Leadership Seminar for Younger Physicians as a weekend program in New York City. Emphasis will be on qualified speakers, health care executives both physicians and non-physicians as well as lawyers who will focus on contracts.

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  • "Leading Healthy Work Systems" brings physician leaders from Wisconsin together in peer cohorts to learn a systems approach to leadership. A systems model provides a framework for leaders to understand the interdependencies between the person, task, technology, environment, and organization.

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