PUBHLTH516: Leadership Skills for Interprofessional Practice
- Graduate level
- Both Residential and Online MPH
- This is a second year course for Online students
- Winter term(s) for residential students; Winter term(s) for online MPH students;
- 1 credit hour(s) for residential students; 1 credit hour(s) for online MPH students;
- Instructor(s): Power, Laura (Residential);
- Prerequisites: None
- Undergraduates are allowed to enroll in this course.
- Description: PUBHLTH 516 is an accelerated 7-week course that highlights foundational leadership skills needed by public health professionals to effectively work in interprofessional teams. Course themes include self-reflection on leadership style, growth mindset, fostering collaboration, motivating teams to accomplish goals, leading change, and guiding decision making.
- Learning Objectives: Students should be able to: 1. Identify their leadership style. 2. Explain the importance of active learning and resilience in strengthening leadership skills. 3. Understand leadership structures across health sectors and the roles of public health professionals in leading change. 4. Describe the key domains of interprofessional practice. 5. Develop a mission, vision, and values to guide the work of teams. 6. Describe strategies to foster collaboration among interprofessional groups. 7. Compare strategies for motivating and influencing teams to accomplish goals. 8. Explain the relationship between leadership and learning through growth mindset principles. 9. Describe how interpersonal agility inspires risk-taking and collaboration.
- This course is required for the school-wide core curriculum