Sandra Dawson of Judge Business School, Cambridge University is very pleased to participate in this initiative by providing wider access to the materials and insights which were developed by the tutors and delegates on our International Health Leaders Programme which ran for 10 years from 1997-2007. We learnt so much from our participants and from working together we are very pleased to share this knowledge as best we may. May I extend my thanks to Graham and all those who supported and contributed to the course over the years and in particular to Pam Garside and Jim Rice the co founders of the programme.
Professor Dame Sandra Dawson is KPMG Professor of Management at Judge Business School and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge.
The Cambridge International Health Leadership Programme provides a forum in which health sector leaders from around the world can address the issue of health sector reform in the face of rapid change and development.
Presentations and papers presented at the course can be viewed by clicking on the links below:
Note from Graham Lister
Sandra and I have been friends since we were both at the Industrial Sociology Unit of Imperial College and she has been a major influence on my understanding of leadership and management. I recommend her book "Analysing Organisations" as an introduction to anyone interested in leadership. As a Fellow of the Judge Business School, I was pleased to contribute to the CIHLP and to studies of health policy supported by the Nuffield Trust, including "Engaging with care" available here.
Permission to share this material through Building Leadership for Health, was given some years ago and these materials are now made available online thanks to the authors. I have cheated a little as one of the items in the Case Studies and Insights section was actually passed to me by Dr Tedros Ghebreysus at a seminar in Dublin again I thank him for letting us share his experience (Tedros is of course now the Director General of WHO).
Paper in SMQ on Value for Money in Behaviour Change available here.
Led by Portsmouth City Council and funded by the European Integration Fund has issued a series of reports setting out lessons for co production and social integration. Read more here. We ran a dissemination day for representatives of integration projects from 6 EU Countries.
Global Health Diplomacy
I worked with colleagues to develop training material for an open access online course, which provides an introduction to the topic suitable for diplomats in training, health advocates or international officials, academics and others including students of global health. We will run another course in September See http://www.diplomacy.edu/courses/health
We ran a course for IFMSA on global health advocacy this summer and will be providing another session for them later this year before WHA see here.
Evaluating Health Wellbeing and Behaviour Change SROI
I updated the tools and notes to reflect the evidence in 2016. I provide a discovery learning course on health and wellbeing evaluation for LA and CCG commissioning teams and health professionals see here