Leadership in Health Services: Volume 21 Issue 4


Table of contents - Special Issue: “Towards a scaling‐up of training and education for health workers” In partnership with WHO, Department of Human Resources for Health

Guest Editors: Jennifer Bowerman

Learning and development dimensions of a pan‐Canadian primary health care capacity‐building project

Michael Aherne, José L. Pereira

The purpose of this paper is to use a descriptive case study to establish how collaboration, innovation and knowledge‐management strategies have scaled‐up learning and development…


Developing a public health leadership graduate program responsive to a global perspective

Kenneth Zakariasen, Kristin Zakariasen Victoroff, Gerald Karegyeya

The purpose of this paper is to describe a new public health leadership graduate program, and the incorporation of a practical global perspective to health leadership education…


Education for safe motherhood: a Save the Mothers' advocacy initiative

Jean Chamberlain, Susan Watt

The provision of and access to healthcare for pregnant women is a complicated labyrinth of social and health‐related issues. The purpose of this paper is to discuss a new approach…


Assessing the capacity to produce health personnel in Rwanda

Gilles Dussault, Laurence Codjia, Kathy Kantengwga, Kate Tulenko

The purpose of this paper is to present the results of a study to assess the capacity of a poor country to scale‐up its production of health workers.

Implementing decentralised management in Ghana: The experience of the Sekyere West District health administration

Emmanuel Kojo Sakyi

The purpose of this paper is to examine the barriers to the implementation of management decentralisation of health services and programmes at district level in Ghana.

Cover of Leadership in Health Services



Online date, start – end:


Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:



  • Dr Jennifer Bowerman
  • Dr Jo Lamb-White