Leadership in Health Services: Volume 33 Issue 2

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Filling the void in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ+) leadership training: Highlights from the first annual Q-forward (formerly Q-Med) conference

Michael T. Solotke, Andrea Barbieri, Darin Latimore, John Encandela

Leadership training refers to the process of helping individuals develop skills to successfully perform in leadership positions. Existing leadership programs have several…

Leadership for integrated care: a case study

Olga Kozlowska, Gemma Seda Gombau, Rustam Rea

Integration of health services involves multiple interdependent leaders acting at several levels of their organisation and across organisations. This paper aims to explore…

Breaking the health-care workplace conflict perpetuation cycle

Cheryl M. Patton

The purpose of this study is to describe and interpret the interpersonal and intragroup conflict experiences of staff-level employees and leaders in the medical imaging…

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The Albertina Sisulu Executive Leadership Programme enhancing the competencies and performance of public health service managers in South Africa

Sophy Evelyn Van der Berg-Cloete, Steve Olorunju, John George White, Eric Buch

The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the effect of the Albertina Sisulu Executive Leadership Programme in Health (ASELPH) in improving the competencies and performance…

An ethnographic study on leadership-as-practice in trauma simulation training

Hanna Vuojärvi, Saana Korva

This study aims to discover how leadership emerges in a hospital’s trauma team in a simulated trauma care situation. Instead of investigating leadership from a…

Trust in leader as a pathway between ethical leadership and safety compliance

Ibeawuchi K. Enwereuzor, Busayo A. Adeyemi, Ike E. Onyishi

Although a great number of studies have established the important role of leadership in workplace safety, it appears researchers are yet to consider the role that trust in…

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Flattening the infection curve – understanding the role of telehealth in managing COVID-19

Higor Leite, Thorsten Gruber, Ian R. Hodgkinson

This paper aims to discuss the strategic role of telehealth technologies in managing the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Cover of Leadership in Health Services

ISSN:

1751-1879

Online date, start – end:

2007

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editors:

  • Dr Jennifer Bowerman
  • Dr Jo Lamb-White