McMaster University

McMaster University

Leadership and Management Program

The Leadership and Management Program, Faculty of Health Sciences

Leadership and Management Program Certificate: Spring 2016 Awards Ceremony

Leadership for the Future

 


Register Now: Interprofessional Leadership with a Health Care focus

Interprofessional Program:

  • A valuable asset for career development
  • For formal and informal leaders in today’s health care environment
  • Real time Webconference classes
  • A flexible approach to University education
  • Application to real issues in the workplace
  • Take one course or continue with full Program
  • Leadership and Management Certificate

Program Courses:

  • Leadership and Management
  • Leading Interprofessional Teams
  • Conflict Management
  • Quality Management
  • Advanced Leadership and Management
  • Integrative Leadership Project

Apply Now:

There are several ways to apply:

  • By Distance Education: Application Form.
  • Onsite courses or online webconference courses: Fall 2017 / Winter /Spring 2018 Application Form
  • By Phone:  (905) 525-9140 ext 22409
  • By Fax:  (905) 529-3673
  • By Email: mgtprog@mcmaster.ca
  • By Mail: Leadership and Management Program 
    McMaster University, Faculty of Health Sciences School of Nursing
    Health Sciences Centre Room 2J41
    1280 Main Street West Hamilton  ON L8S 4K1
  • IMPORTANT: Application/Registration documents that contain personal information are not accepted via email (e.g. credit card, SIN). In order to protect your personal information, please refrain from sending personal documents that include this information electronically. Registrations/Applications containing personal information are accepted by Fax, Mail, Courier or by Telephone only.


The Leadership and Management Program presents a unique opportunity to engage in learning with a focus in healthcare leadership. As health care continues to undergo systems change, health care professionals are seeking leadership and management education that supports them in both formal and informal leadership roles in their workplace.

Throughout the curriculum the concept of leadership is approached from both clinical and business perspectives, reflecting both the CNA’s and the Canadian College of Health Service Executives’ position on leadership

The concepts and theories presented in the curriculum are supported with opportunities to apply these to the practice setting. This opportunity for application results in a more experiential understanding of the role of leadership and management in the health care system.


Program Design

The program is designed for health care professionals and is offered by distance education both nationally and internationally. The courses are also offered in tutorial and webconference class format at McMaster University and health care organizations across Ontario.


Program offers Leadership education in partnership with organizations to:

  • Provide education to current and future leaders
  • Building leadership and management capacity
  • Succession planning for clinical and front line leadership roles
  • Courses customized to meet organization’s unique goals
  • Effective leadership development for individuals and organizations
  • Real time Webconference classes
  • Interprofessional Workshops
  • Interprofessional Management Series

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Key Contacts

Program Office Administrator

Barbara Tatalovic
905.525.9140 x22409
Administrator's Emailbtatalov@mcmaster.ca  

Administrative Assistant

Nancy Morris
905.525.9140 x22319
Fax: 905.529.3673 
Administrative Assistant's Emailnmorris@mcmaster.ca

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