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May 15, 2019

Embrace the journey: Emerging Health Leaders alumni share their experiences with incoming cohort

Moderated by EHL 2018 alumnus Joe Au-Yeung, a panel of three graduates shared their insights last week with incoming students.

May 3, 2019

Rick Hackett: Canadian healthcare needs agile leaders and bold visions for the future

Healthcare leaders need to be of high integrity and have a systems-wide, "big picture" mindset, writes Hackett.

Greg McQueen
March 28, 2019

Health Leadership Academy welcomes Greg McQueen as Acting Co-Director

McQueen has provided senior leadership at several medical schools and health science centres across North America.

March 1, 2019

Sitting is the new smoking: Using design thinking to tackle a public health challenge

Students from McMaster's Innovation by Design (IBD) course recently shared their experiences tackling the "epidemic" of sitting.

February 14, 2019

A class reunion: Emerging Health Leaders graduates break bread and swap leadership stories

The first cohort of the Emerging Health Leaders program catch up on where their leadership journeys have taken them

November 26, 2018

Tributes given to educational innovator Delsworth Harnish

Harnish helped establish the Health Leadership Academy (HLA) with the DeGroote School of Business, and served as Co-Director.

November 20, 2018

Design thinking at its best: Student prototype wows global autism experts

“We have a chance to be pioneers and lead the way," says fourth-year Health Sciences student and HLA participant Kohilan Selvakumaran.

November 7, 2018

Navigating Canada’s rapidly-evolving health landscape will require a new kind of leader

New HLA research is concerned with how we prepare future generations of health leaders for an ever-shifting health landscape.

October 24, 2017

Rethinking care in the digital age: The health industry braces for a revolution at work

For young people entering the profession today, there is not nearly enough training in what their future jobs will look like.