Developing management skills for emerging health care leaders
The International Masters for Health Leadership (IMHL) began in 2006 as part of the quest to become a world leader in health care management education. The IMHL is a collaborative effort of McGill's Faculty of Medicine and Management that builds upon the two Faculties' worldwide reputation and acts as an agent of change in health care.
“The IMHL is unique and highly ambitious. We are setting out to change, not only education for health leadership, but the health system itself, by bringing into an ongoing forum the best of practicing leadership from all regions of the world.”
—Henry Mintzberg, Co-Founding Director of the IMHL, Faculty of Management
“The IMHL is uniquely designed to educate health professionals — physicians, nurses and other allied health workers — to gain a stronger understanding of modern health care and to develop the advanced management skills needed to deliver quality health care solutions to diverse segments of the public.”
—Abraham Fuks, Co-Founding Director of the IMHL, Faculty of Medicine