Training health system leaders

One of the key reasons for weak public health systems is poor leadership.

It is urgent to up-skill aspirant leaders if countries want to achieve universal health coverage.

Here are some tips on how to do this in a way that is sensitive to the needs of workplaces:

Doherty J, Gilson L. 2015. Workplace-based learning for health systems leaders. London: RESYST Consortium. 

 

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GNHE universal health coverage assessments for Bangladesh, Peru, South Africa, Taiwan, Tanzania and Uganda

To celebrate Universal Health Coverage Day, GNHE (the Global Network on Health Equity) is releasing a series of assessments about the progress towards financial risk protection and access to quality health care for all in:

Bangladesh

Peru

South Africa

Taiwan

Tanzania

Uganda

Go to the GNHE website to download the assessments.

Further assessments will be released over coming weeks.

Leadership from ‘below:’ clinical staff and public hospitals in South Africa

Here is the link for a briefing document I produced recently on the topic of clinical leadership:

Doherty J. 2014. Leadership from ‘below:’ clinical staff and public hospitals in South Africa. Briefing note No. 4. Municipal Services Project. Available at: http://www.municipalservicesproject.org/publication/leadership-below-clinical-staff-and-public-hospitals-south-africa

 

 

Developing clinical leadership as a strategy for hospital transformation at district level

Here is the poster I presented last week at the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, International Convention Centre, Cape Town, 1-3 October:  Jane Doherty

It summarises findings from a study on developing clinical leadership as a strategy for hospital transformation in district hospitals.

Leadership from ‘below’?: clinical staff and public hospitals in South Africa

In earlier posts I’ve referred to two relatively lengthy reports on clinical leadership – one a literature review and the other reporting findings from interviews with clinical leaders in South African district hospitals.

The main findings from these reports are now summarised in a policy note that is applicable to practitioners from other sectors.

 

 

Clinical leadership in district hospitals in South Africa

Here is a report based on interviews with clinical staff at South African district hospitals about their leadership roles:

2014_Improving public hospitals through clinical leadership

 

The study was conducted for the Municipal Services Project which is located at the School of Government, University of the Western Cape, Republic of South Africa, and funded by the International Development Research Centre of Canada.