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McGill University has launched the Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Management (GCHM), which will train those working in healthcare professions to be effective decision makers when taking on leadership roles. The 15-credit program is offered online in a flexible, part-time format, and taught by McGill professors and healthcare leaders. The curriculum will train students in the key competencies of the Leader Role, and students will reinforce their learning through participation in group assignments, workshops, mentorship, and a capstone project. “[W]e are helping healthcare workers develop the expertise to address organizational challenges and lead change through practical course content,” said Leslie Breitner, co-director of the GCHM. “Students will gain new perspectives and the transferable skills needed to take the helm of a hospital-based division or private practice with confidence.”


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