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Leadership – SPHA 564

Sep 01, 2015 |

Leadership requires having an appreciation and greater understanding of yourself and different leadership styles, tools and approaches to be successful in today’s complex health care environment.

The SPHA 564 Leadership (Year two) course prepares students to understand and reflect on the numerous and complex aspects of leadership, specifically, but not exclusively in a health care setting. Students will examine the concept of leadership through a number of lenses, with the intention and purpose of providing both an academic and practical understanding with direct application to students’ day-to-day roles as working professionals.

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Instructor Profile

Jen Duff, RN, BSN, MHA, MBA, CHE

Regional Director, Maternal Child Program, Vancouver Coastal Health Authority

Program Director, Maternity & Neonatal Intensive Care, St. Paul’s Hospital, Providence Health Care