Physicians as Leaders: Who, How, and why Now?

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Radcliffe Publishing, 2005 - Medical - 350 pages
This practical work has clinical guidelines, and advice on controlling symptoms, as well as showing doctors and carers how to provide physical and psychological comfort. It helps the clinician to develop a scientific approach to managing symptoms.
 

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Contents

Exploring Physician Leadership
7
Physician Leadership Pathways and Outcomes
63
Stepping Stones for Successful Physician Leadership
127
Clarity of Vision and Communication
154
Collaboration Through Commitment and Teamwork
171
Coordination of Decisions and Actions
190
Enabling Resilience and Renewal
206
Becoming a Compelling Physician Leader
229
OnJob Experience and Volunteer Leadership
261
Relationships Mentors and Teamwork
271
Publishing Speaking and Advocacy
277
Tools for Assessing and Enhancing Your Effectiveness as
285
References and Further Reading
295
Next Steps
322
Index
345
Copyright

Selfstudy Training Workshops and Formal
250

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About the author (2005)

Mindi K McKenna, PhD, MBA, is a well-respected CME faculty, speaker, consultant, and coach. She is the author of High Tech Medicine and teaches in Rockhurst University’s Health Care Leadership MBA program.Perry A Pugno, MD, MPH, CPE, is an internationally recognized expert in physician education and assessment, as Director of the Division of Medical Education for the American Academy of Family Physicians and Director of the Residency Assistance Program consulting group.

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