Certificate in Clinical Leadership

Directors

Deborah Tregunno

Deborah Tregunno is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing at York University, Toronto. She holds a PhD (Health Policy, Management and Evaluation) from the University of Toronto, specializing in the field of organizational behaviour and performance measurement. She completed post-doctoral work in the Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto, and is the recipient of a Ministry of Health and Longterm Care (MOHLTC) Senior Nurse Research award (2009-2011). Prior to her academic career, she held a variety of clinical and managerial roles, and developed extensive knowledge and competencies related to the design, management and delivery of health care.

Her program of research focuses on patient safety with a particular interest in the relationship among managerial positions, work environment and the delivery of safe care by nurses and multidisciplinary teams. In specific studies she has explored safety culture, organizational learning and safety failures, non-technical behaviours of obstetrical teams and high risk outcomes using high fidelity simulation, and the experience of internationally educated nurses and the delivery of safe care.


Instructors/Facilitators

Mark Bowden

Mark is a leader in both European and North American training, with a solid track record of lecturing regularly at the UK's top universities including Oxford and Cambridge, and academies, including the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). A highly distinguished and internationally awarded performer himself, Mark has a diverse and rich training and performance background with some of the world's most noted communicators.

Mark is the creator of a totally unique model of training for public speakers, The Gesture-Plane System™. This system encompasses the world's fastest and most practical techniques for confident and influential presentation, used now by top business, political and entertainment performers across the globe.

Louise Hartley

Dr. Louise Hartley is director of York University’s Psychology Clinic. She is a registered psychologist and also holds a corporate coaching certificate. Dr. Hartley has expertise in the field of organizational development, which includes both individual and team interventions designed to build healthy, engaged work environments. She is a frequent presenter at conferences and is past president of the Employee Assistance Society of North America (EASNA).

Course Details

  • Level: I - Intermediate, II - Advanced
  • Duration: 4 days
  • Tuition: $ 2900.00


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  • In-Company

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