Supporting Academic Pursuits and Faculty Development in Surgery
PROFESSIONALISM & LEADERSHIP
Resources for faculty development
The AMA's collection of interactive educational modules is developed by physicians for physicians. Access resources to redesign practice, promote patient experience, improve population health, lower overall costs and increase professional satisfaction.
The Surgeons as Leaders program, offered by the American College of Surgeons (ACS), is an annual, dynamic three-day course for surgeons of all backgrounds and specialties who currently serve in leadership positions or aspire to such positions, and who seek to enhance their leadership skills across a wide variety of settings, from operating room to boardroom
Whether you're the leader of a company, a department, a team, or just yourself, having the skills to motivate, inspire and move people to action is essential. We've got resources for experienced leaders and those just starting out.
Thomas H. Lee
Health care’s new leaders must organize clinicians into teams, measure performance, and improve processes. By organizing care delivery around patients’ needs cutting-edge leaders are raising the quality, eﬃciency, and value of health care.
John P. Kotter
Kotter maintains that too many leaders fail to realize that transformation is a process, not an event. To give your transformation effort the best chance of succeeding, take the right actions at each stage—and avoid common pitfalls.
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP AND PHYSICIAN WELL-BEING: NINE ORGANIZATIONAL STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE ENGAGEMENT AND REDUCE BURNOUT
Tait D. Shanafelt, John H. Noseworthy
Shanafelt and Noseworthy summarize nine organizational strategies to promote physician engagement and describe how they operationalized some of these approaches at Mayo Clinic.
James Merlino, Ananth Raman
Learn how Cleveland Clinic undertook a remarkable transformation to improve patient experience, and the role of physician leadership in accomplishing this remarkable goal.