MHS in Clinical Leadership Fellowship

4th Year Degree Option with Masters of Health Sciences in Clinical Leadership

4th year courses and seminars:

Population Based Approaches to Health Care
Introduction to Health Care Policy
Management of Self
Managing Complex Health Care Systems
Health Care Operations: Human Resources, Quality, Law and Ethics
Clinical Leadership Seminar- Perspectives on Health Care.
Clinical Leadership Seminar- Leading in a Chaotic Environment.

Clinical Leadership Project

The Clinical Leadership Project helps a real client decide what to do about a problem in health policy, financial planning, or administration. Its purpose is to recommend and defend a specific course of action. Students work as part of a team to complete the project. The project is divided into two parts, with the first semester being devoted to client and problem identification and developing and defending a written prospectus. The second semester is devoted to the completion and final defense of the project in its entirety.

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Megha Shah, MD

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