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Impact of a Leadership Development Program for Students in a Doctor of Physical Therapy Program.

Physical therapists are needed in leadership roles to enhance participation in primary care delivery models. This study's purpose was to investigate the impact of a leadership development course in a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) curriculum on student physical therapist leadership practices. It was anticipated that students who completed a structured leadership development course would have a greater increase of leadership practices as measured by the Leadership Practices Inventory-Self (LPI-Self).


Advancing Lateral Leadership in Health Care.

Lateral leadership is a growing and recognized form of nonhierarchical leadership used in complexity science and systems thinking organizations. The definition and operational necessity for lateral leadership are discussed, and benefits and potential drawbacks in health care settings are presented. Lateral leadership is a strategy of growing necessity in an environment of innovation and change management. [J Contin Educ Nurs. 2019;50(9):389-391.].

Effects of a teen resident camp leadership program on changes in dimensions of self-control and interpersonal functioning, and their theory-based relationships.

Camp leadership programs have the potential of improving important psychosocial factors in teens who might eventually become counselors. Accepted behavioral theory might increase understandings of those changes so program training architectures can be improved. As part of larger-scale longitudinal research, participants (N = 129; 64 % female, M = 14.6 years, SD = 0.6) were selected by senior camp administrators for a structured leadership training program that required in-person conferences, vie...


Sustaining a Collegewide Teaching Academy as a Community: Ten Years of Experience with the Master Teacher Program at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine.

On the basis of strategic initiatives and an evolving focus on educational program enhancement, faculty and staff members designed a structured program to provide leadership and resources for improving instruction and disseminating educational scholarship in a veterinary college. The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine Master Teacher Program was conceptualized in the teaching academy model as a forum for professional development and dialogue. A small leadership team worked with other facu...

A Youth Health Leadership Program: Feasibility and Initial Outcomes.

This study determined the feasibility (attendance, participation and completion) and initial outcomes (food consumption, food acquisition, physical activity and leadership) of a community-based youth health leadership (YHL) program. YHL was developed as a part of a larger childhood obesity prevention coalition in a medium-sized community in North Florida using community-based participatory research approaches. The theory-driven 6-week program included content sessions, application rotation, and health campa...

Network analysis to evaluate the impact of research funding on research community consolidation.

In 2004, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation launched a new program focused on incubating a new field, "Microbiology of the Built Environment" (MoBE). By the end of 2017, the program had supported the publication of hundreds of scholarly works, but it was unclear to what extent it had stimulated the development of a new research community. We identified 307 works funded by the MoBE program, as well as a comparison set of 698 authors who published in the same journals during the same period of time but were not p...

Intersectionality and Critical Realism: A Philosophical Framework for Advancing Nursing Leadership.

This article presents intersectionality theory with critical realism as a philosophical framework for studying nursing leadership. In response to gaps in the current leadership literature, the aim is to develop an approach that addresses how the multiple social positions nurses hold can create an intersecting matrix of oppression that impacts on their opportunities to develop as leaders. The result is a theoretical foundation, which can inform the methodological framework of future studies. Providing eviden...

Pediatric, Surgery, and Internal Medicine Program Director Interpretations of Letters of Recommendation.

Literature describing program director (PD) perceptions of letters of recommendation (LORs) and "code" used by letter writers is limited. In 2016 a survey instrument was distributed nationally to pediatric PDs asking them to rate their interpretations of components of LORs. The results confirmed letter phrases convey code, but these results were not known to be generalizable outside of pediatrics. The purpose of this study was to expand the survey to surgery and internal medicine (IM) PDs looking for areas ...

High-Performance Work System, Work Well-Being, and Employee Creativity: Cross-Level Moderating Role of Transformational Leadership.

Under the new normal, the economic development mode and growth momentum of China has brought about fundamental changes, which means that the development of enterprises has gradually shifted from being factor-and investment-driven to being innovation-and talent-driven. As the foundation of corporate innovation, employee creativity plays an important role in this process. In the field of strategic human resource management, high-performance work system is the embodiment of its core competence. Although some r...

Learners as Leaders: A Global Groundswell of Students Leading Choosing Wisely Initiatives in Medical Education.

Resource stewardship and reducing low-value care have emerged as urgent priorities for health care delivery systems worldwide. However, few medical school curricula include adequate content to allow learners to master the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to contribute to this transformation toward value-based health care. This article describes a program to launch student-led curriculum enhancement initiatives in 7 countries. The program, called STARS (Students and Trainees Advocating for Resource St...

Female Representation in Otolaryngology Leadership Roles.

Characterization of leadership within otolaryngology is key to evaluating trends and promoting program advancement. This study evaluates representation of women in otolaryngology holding residency and fellowship directorships, or chair positions, comparing sex differences in academic rank, years in practice, and scholarly activity.

Comparative overview of innovation and patent filings in Radiopharmacy.

To expose the current situation of the Brazilian Nuclear Medicine in relation to innovation, taking into account the Intellectual Property protection and the particularities of this field.

Beyond Better, Safer, Cheaper Health Care: What's Ultimately at Stake?

Health care reform continues to be controversial and divisive and take its toll on physicians, patients, and national unity. An emphasis on efficiency and profit that depersonalizes human interactions hampers building physician-patient relationships grounded in compassion and trust. The authors argue that health care reform will be more effective if it is grounded in and anchored by a physician-patient relationship that is relationally transformative rather than transactionally commercial. This health care ...

Leadership in dental biomaterials research.

A leader in dental biomaterials, as in any other oral and dental science, could lead in other fields and may provide institutional leadership. Leadership can be learned and cultivated. In accepting the mantle of leadership, one takes on the responsibility to move the field or institution forward and ensure that the future remains in capable hands. We all believe that we can recognize effective leadership when we see it, but, as acknowledged in other contributions to this series of articles, it is the produc...

Is Academic Medicine Ready for Term Limits?

The use of term limits in politics and business has been proposed as a means to refresh leadership, encourage innovation, and decrease gender and racial disparities in positions of power. Many U.S. states and the executive boards of businesses have incorporated them into their constitutions and bylaws; however, studies in politics and business have shown that implementing term limits has mixed results. Specifically, research in politics has shown that terms limits have had a minimal effect on the number of ...

Stem cells-based and molecular-based approaches in regenerative dentistry: A topical review.

The regenerative medicine is a growing branch of medicine aimed to treat damaged or lost tissues, to promote tissue formation and to restore both aesthetics and function. In the last years, several scientific articles have been focused on the regenerative procedures aimed to increase the survival rate of compromised teeth; the most effective approaches have been based on molecular-based and on cellular-based protocols; however, to date, both these techniques have not been carefully analysed and discussed, t...

Everyday Leadership: A Combined Resident and Faculty Workshop.

Historically, physicians have always been viewed as leaders in the healthcare field. Whether they embrace this role, physicians often find themselves in a leadership role, from the clinical setting to an institutional setting. In most cases, this leadership role is taken on without prior training on even the most basic concepts required for effective leadership.

Helping Low Income Pregnant Women Quit Smoking: Improving the First Breath Program.

Maternal smoking during pregnancy can have dire consequences for both baby and mother. In 2000, the Wisconsin Women's Health Foundation developed the First Breath program to address this challenge, particularly among low-income women. While this prenatal smoking cessation program was successful, 2 factors necessitated changes in the program: changes in the health care reimbursement environnment and a high postpartum relapse rate.

Proposals from the 2018 PhRMA Challenge Award Program.

This introduction was written under the sponsorship of the PhRMA Foundation Award Program. The authors have nothing to disclose.

Education and health propaganda: repercussions of a Brazilian sanitarian's training at the Rockefeller Foundation.

This article discusses the influence that training at the Rockefeller Foundation had on the activities early-career professionals carried out in health leadership positions in Brazil. We present methods of education and health propaganda at this American institution, as well as posters prepared at the direction of the physician Antonio Luis Cavalcanti de Albuquerque de Barros Barreto during the health reform in Bahia. After returning from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, where he received a Rockef...

Reflections on a Decade of Authentic Leadership Research in Healthcare.

My recent retirement from academia and an invitation to write this editorial have afforded me the opportunity to reflect on my work in researching authentic leadership theory in nursing and healthcare. When I was completing my PhD more than a decade ago, I searched for a leadership perspective that aligned with my learnings in a variety of previous practice and leadership roles. Basically, my leadership experiences contributed to a belief that authenticity is key: being oneself is extremely important to per...

Youth leadership programming in high-poverty minority students.

: Cultivating Leaders with the AAMI HTM Leadership Online Certificate Program.

Innovation and Its Discontents: Pathways and Barriers in the Diffusion of Assertive Community Treatment.

Policy Points Widespread diffusion of policy innovation is the exception rather than the rule, depending as it does on the convergence of a variety of intellectual, political, economic, and organizational forces. The history of Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) provides a compelling case study of this process while also showing how conditions may shift over time, altering the scenarios for continued program expansion. Diffusion of a program like ACT challenges government to play a nuanced role in which pu...

Developing Authentic Leadership Voice: Novice Faculty Experience.

The aim of this study was to determine the perceptions of 14 novice nurse faculty of a 20-month experiential leadership academy on the leadership development.


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