Announcement: MASHAV Course “Management Policy and Leadership in Nursing” at Tver State Medical Academy
the World Bank evaluation of the Russian system of health care (“Russia
Health Policy”, 2007, The World Bank) role of nurses and nursing in
the health care system is underestimated, misunderstood and thus should
be reviewed. In addition, nurses, particularly, chief nurses have lack
of knowledge in the field of public health, including modern principles
of medical management and organizational theory of health care.
It is widely recognized that changes and reforms in health services
of countries in the transition period require medical staff in general,
and nurses in particular, to be familiar with the health policy of the
system in which they work and to use advanced methods of management.
During the program, students will acquire theoretical know-how and management
skills with an emphasis on leadership development.
will be held at Tver State Medical Academy. It will start at 9 am on
Monday, November 30, 2009 and end at 3 pm on Friday, December 11, 2009.
Subjects of Study:
- health policy in
the western world – role of governments in healthcare policy
- nursing policy
- management theories
- quality management
- modern management
styles and leadership
- organization structuring
- personnel management,
human resources and needs, planning and developing
- work and improvement
- role descriptions
- leadership in nursing
- modern leadership
- conflict management
Participants of the course:
- students of the
Faculty of Advanced Nursing Education
- health managers
from all health professions
Language of the course: Russian
Participation fee: no
For more information about
the course and applications for participation please call (+7-4822-346641)
or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) us.