Prioritising Surgical Cases Deferred by the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Ethics-inspired Algorithmic Framework for Health Leaders

BMJ Leader

Covid-19 Has Made Clear Why All Physicians Need to Know About the Business of Healthcare

Journal of Patient Safety and Risk Management

Resilience in Action: Leading for Resilience in Response to COVID-19

BMJ Leader

Get Adventurous with Your Leadership Training

Harvard Business Review

Treating the “Not-Invented-Here Syndrome” in Medical Leadership: Learning From the Insights of Outside Disciplines

Academic Medicine

Excising the “Surgeon Ego” to Accelerate Progress in the Culture of Surgery


How Discrimination Against Female Doctors Hurts Patients

Harvard Business Review

How Prepared Are You to Lead?

Physicians increasingly are being asked to lead health systems and improvement efforts, so it is important that they have the necessary skills to do so. To see why and how these leadership skills matter, we propose a quick test. Below, we present three scenarios that a health leader might need to navigate. As you read these scenarios, we encourage you to reflect on whether you have a framework you could use to address the issues described, whether you have all of the necessary skills to address these issues, and whether you have a commitment and mechanism to grow and develop these skills.

Making Management Skills a Core Component of Medical Education

Academic Medicine

Dr. Jamie Thompson: Diagnosing an Organizational Issue

Teaching Case (WDI Publishing)