Help wanted: developing clinician leaders

@article{Stoller2014HelpWD,
  title={Help wanted: developing clinician leaders},
  author={James K Stoller},
  journal={Perspectives on Medical Education},
  year={2014},
  volume={3},
  pages={233 - 237}
}
  • J. Stoller
  • Published 28 May 2014
  • Medicine
  • Perspectives on Medical Education
Because healthcare faces challenges, such as ensuring quality and access and controlling cost, effective leadership is needed at every level of healthcare organizations. Yet, physicians are trained in clinical and scientific skills but not in leadership competencies. Furthermore, clinicians often feel ill-prepared to assume managerial and leadership roles. To close this gap, training in leadership competencies, such as emotional intelligence, communication, teamwork, and change management, is… 
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