Academic Medical Leadership Program for Physicians and Scientists (AMLPPS)
We are announcing the opening of enrollment for the 2019 Academic Medical Leadership Program for Physicians and Scientists. The previous programs have been very well received by faculty participants and their sponsors; testimonials are included in the new program brochure. This program is a collaborative effort of the School of Medicine, the Olin School of Business and BJC HealthCare with the primary objective of equipping physicians and scientists to take on expanding roles in academic medicine and health care delivery. The course will begin January 25, 2019 and continue over the ensuing 6 months for a total of 9 sessions. The class will be comprised of 20-30 participants. Enrollment is dependent on the nomination and sponsorship by the applicant’s department head, program director, division chief or other supervisor.
The program application is attached. The enrollment period will close November 9, 2018, and applicants will be notified by mid-December. The timing of receipt of applications will impact the selection decision with earlier applications given preference. Questions can be addressed to the Office of Faculty Affairs (Kim Vaninger, Campus Box 8091, 747-0808, email@example.com ). Only electronic applications will be accepted at firstname.lastname@example.org, however the signed approval sheet can be mailed to Campus Box 8091.
Effective Research Execution (ERE)
The ERE program is an opportunity to enhance the effectiveness of your junior faculty members in executing their research programs. In conjunction with Olin Business School two programs have been implemented and both were well received by participants. We hope you will encourage your junior faculty researchers to consider enrolling in this program and will sponsor their participation.
Effective Research Execution (ERE) introduces the fundamental business concepts of strategy, execution and leadership to physicians and scientists at the WUSM. The course comprises three sections that develop frameworks for understanding and applying competitive advantage, operational excellence and managing organizational dynamics directly to the pursuit of grants, the managing of research programs, as well as the building and influencing of key stakeholders. The course is designed to accelerate and enhance faculty careers at the medical school. The program consists of six half-day sessions held in the Eric P. Newman Education Center (EPNEC) on the Washington University Medical Campus.
The program information and application is attached to this message. The deadline for applications is December 10, 2018