Leadership training benefits not only the trainees (fellows), but the School of Medicine as well, and the University as a whole. Benefits for the Fellows include making them aware of and training them in effective leadership styles in the context of academic medicine, familiarizing them with issues that occur and affect diverse, equitable and inclusive medical institutions, and helping them develop a network of colleagues across SUNY with similar ambitions and goals who can serve as a resource when they undertake future leadership responsibilities. Benefits for the University include the new perspectives that the Fellows bring to the table, the preparation of new leadership for the future of the School of Medicine, the nurturing and engagement of colleagues who become more connected and invested in the institution, and the completion of specific, beneficial short-term projects.
- SUNY Clinical Leadership Academy
- SBU Leadership Academy Fellows
- SUNY SAIL Institute
- Online Master of Health Administration (MHA) Program
The SUNY SAIL Institute is pleased to offer the Clinical Leadership Academy to support physicians to physician leaders. By actively engaging this intensive academy, physicians will develop the knowledge and skills needed to effectively lead their academic medical centers. Nominations are accepted through April 30th, 2021. To learn more, click here or see the Clinical Leadership Academy Flyer.
Leadership Academy Fellows will be selected every year from a pool of Associate Professors nominated by Departmental Chairs. All schools and colleges will be eligible to submit nominations. Nominations will be made in early Fall and the selection of the Fellows announced by November 1st.
The Fellows will participate in leadership workshops during the Spring semester. The workshops will cover topics on Leadership Styles and Strengths; Ways to promote trust; Strategic Thinking; Leading effective change and maintaining the course; Ways to promote teamwork and collaboration; and Managing conflict.
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The SAIL Institute is a system-wide leadership development organization dedicated to advancing understanding and building human capacity in the areas of strategic, academic, and innovative leadership.
It serves the 64 campuses of the SUNY system by providing cutting-edge leadership development; inspiring institutions to think innovatively about improving student success, sharing research and analysis that helps leaders stay up-to-date on current issues and future trends.
The institute provides several programs, among which are:
- Summer Leadership Retreat
- Winter Leadership Academy
- Executive Leadership Academy
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The Program in Public Health at Stony Brook Medicine is proud to offer the Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree program. The MHA Program is a CAHME-accredited, 2-year, fully online degree that develops highly qualified health management professionals with an understanding of population health competencies. To learn more, click here.