Focus on: Health Care Management

McGill University is renowned as a world-wide leader in health care research and teaching, and the Desautels Faculty of Management recognizes the need for better health care management and supports several major global research and teaching initiatives in health.

The MDIIM Health Initiative
The Marcel Desautels Institute for Integrated Management's Health Initiative provides a framework that unifies all health activities within the Faculty and provides executive training and development in health care.

The McGill Centre for the Convergence of Health and Economics is a world leader in promoting the development of a novel, integrative approach to the study of, and solutions to, nutrition-related global health challenges.

The NSERC CREATE Program on Healthcare Operations and Information Management aims at tangibly improving the healthcare system across Canada via the contributions of its doctoral and post-doctoral trainees who research potential health care system efficiencies in information systems, communication technologies and operations management.

Our International Masters for Health Leadership Program (IMHL) provides graduates with a degree in Master of Management. The IMHL is a learning opportunity for managers from around the world who wish to enhance their leadership and managerial skills while creating positive change in their organizations and health care systems. Participants work in all manners of health care organizations, including hospitals, community care, public health, government ministries, international agencies, and foundations.

We encourage you to visit The Health Initiative's site to learn more about the Desautels Faculty of Management’s focus on health care management.

 

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Updated: 2020/10/01

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