IMHL graduate Nicole Rouvinez-Bouali (IMHL’17) has had a very busy year: from publishing a chapter in an award-winning book and starting new research collaborations, to receiving the 2018 Leading Physicians of the World Award.
More specifically, over 2018, Rouvinez-Bouali has:
Mark J. Eisenberg, MD MPH (IMHL’10), Director of the MD-PhD Program and Professor of Medicine at McGill University, has released a new book entitled, Cardiology Board Review and Self-Assessment: A Companion Guide to Hurst’s the Heart.
The book features 1,100 answers to key questions stemming from the 14th Edition of Hurst’s the Heart, a comprehensive review of the entire field of cardiovascular medicine.
For her track record of leadership and business excellence, Susan DeVore (IMHL’10), CEO of Premier Inc., has been inducted into the North Carolina Business Hall of Fame.Read more
Susan DeVore (IMHL’10), CEO Premier Healthcare Alliance, discusses how her company is working to improve the health-care system in the U.S.
Health advocate Dr. Joanne Liu (MDCM’91, IMHL’14, DSc’16) is among the 10 new inductees to the Walk of Fame, which honors Canadians who have excelled on the national and international levels.
As International President of Médecins sans frontières (Doctors Without Borders) Dr. Joanne Liu has worked with Malian refugees in Mauritania, helped people affected by the earthquake in Haiti and the tsunami in Indonesia, and tended to war-wounded patients in Syria.
IMHL participant, Dr Daksha Yeshwantlal Shah, Deputy Executive Health Officer, Non-Communicable Diseases and MIS Public Health Department, Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM), has been recognized by the Organisation of Pharmaceutical Producers of India (OPPI) for her outstanding efforts in advancing the diagnosis and awareness of TB in Mumbai, India.
Professor Henry Mintzberg recently sat down with Professor Karl Moore on his CEO Series show to explore his approach to Management education via the IMPM and IMHL programs, as well as the profound societal impact the program participants are making.
Diane Romaine, IMHL’18 candidate, has been a strong advocate for adult dental care in her state of Maryland and it has recently paid off with the Maryland General Assembly unanimously passing a motion to include adult dental coverage in its Medicaid plan (formally referred to as: SB 284 –Maryland Medical Assistance Program – Dental Coverage for Adults – Pilot Program).
Chantal Souligny (IMHL’14) has been selected as the new Director of Nursing for the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), effective March 19, bringing considerable experience in the health care sector to the role.
In a blog post for Radio Canada, Sylvie Bernier (IMHL’11) comments on her journey to achieving Olympic gold, which was at once exhilarating and rewarding as it was all-consuming and distressing. Along the way, she shares what life has been like after the Olympics and how it has changed.
Desautels Professor Henry Mintzberg joined The Sunday Edition on CBC Radio with Michael Enright to discuss his take on modern healthcare, stating that we need to approach challenges in the field of health care in a radically different way.
IMHL participant Gabriela Stroian was recently honored for her voluntary teaching of Medical Physics in Haiti by the Groupe de réflexion et d’action pour une Haïti nouvelle [Reflection and Action Group for a New Haiti] (GRAHN).
If the Desautels Faculty of Management thrives, it is thanks to the success of our alumni, our greatest ambassadors. Congratulations to Turki Alahmadi (IMHL’16) who was recently appointed Chairman of the Pediatric Department at the College of Medicine, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
“It’s not what you know, it’s what you learn.” - Turki Alahmadi
According to a piece co-authored by Anoop Kumar (IMHL’15), the matter that comprises the world around us can be boiled down to our consciousness manifest.
More than an amalgamation of atoms or particles, the authors maintain that our experience of the world is actually an experience of consciousness, and that our education system has the responsibility to address these concepts in the classroom.