Fundamentals of Leadership for Healthcare Professionals. Volume 2

Stanislaw P. A. Stawicki, MD (Editor)
Department of Research and Innovation, St Luke’s University Health Network, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, US

Michael S. Firstenberg, MD (Editor)
Department of Surgery (Cardiothoracic), The Medical Center of Aurora, Aurora, Colorado, US

Thomas J. Papadimos, MD (Editor)
Professor and Associate Dean, University of Toledo, College of Medicine, Toledo, Ohio, US

Series: Health Care in Transition
BISAC: HEA028000

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Welcome to Fundamentals of Leadership for Healthcare Professionals, Volume 2. The editors are proud to present our readers with a significantly expanded book, featuring 14 chapters by a distinguished group of 40 academic authors with decades of collective leadership experience. Based on the success of Volume 1, the current book in our series seeks to expand into important new areas. This includes diverse topics such as resilient leadership; electronic medical record implementations; interviewing for leadership positions; effective management in the low-resource setting; academic affiliations; crisis leadership; care quality and patient safety; the importance of diversity in health-care; complexity theory and ethics; change management; exploration of the executive function-dysfunction spectrum; and many other related concepts.

The current tome begins with an introductory chapter that provides an in-depth overview of various theoretical aspects of leadership, including the most commonly encountered leadership styles. Throughout the book the authors focus on practical relevance of the topics being discussed, presenting ‘lessons learned’ and stressing the importance of flexible, authentic, servant leadership. The editors hope that Volume 2 of the Fundamentals of Leadership for Healthcare Professionals will be equally, or perhaps even more successful than Volume 1, and that it will provide an excellent springboard for Volume 3 in this important and unique book series!
(Imprint: Nova Medicine and Health)

Preface

Chapter 1. Leadership in Health-Care: From Theory to Practical Application
(Derek M. Tang, Ankita Bassi, Alec Gayner, Gregory S. Domer, Jay Fisher, Timothy Oskin, Michael S. Firstenberg, Thomas J. Papadimos and Stanislaw P. Stawicki, Medical School of Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, US, and others)

Chapter 2. Interviewing for a Leadership Position: Key Aspects and Considerations
(Jacqueline Seoane, Ronya Silmi and Stanislaw P. Stawicki, Medical School of Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, US, and others)

Chapter 3. The Benefits of Inclusive Leadership among Healthcare Professionals
(Erick Alexanderson, MD, Carlo Angello Sánchez, MD, and Aloha Meave, MD, Chair of Nuclear Cardiology Department, Instituto Nacional de Cardiología Ignacio Chavez, Mexico City, Mexico, Social Service in Nuclear Cardiology Department, Instituto Nacional de Cardiologia Ignacio Chavez, Mexico City, Mexico, and others)

Chapter 4. Reflections on FLEX: A Professional Development Program for Women Faculty of the School of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU-SOM)
(Elizabeth Fine Smilovich, MD, Phyllis A. Nsiah-Kumi, MD, and Marion J. Skalweit, MD, PhD, Department of Medicine, Louis Stokes Cleveland Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Northeast Ohio VA Healthcare System and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, OH, US, and others)

Chapter 5. Medical Leadership Skills: Exploring the Executive Function-Dysfunction Spectrum
(CJ Maron, Alfred DiGregorio and Stanislaw P. Stawicki, Department of Research & Innovation, St. Luke’s University Health Network, Bethlehem, PA, US)

Chapter 6. Resilience in Leadership
(Richard Martin, MD, and Manish Garg, MD, Associate Director of Clinical Operations, Temple University Hospital, Department of Emergency Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, US, and others)

Chapter 7. Leadership in Complex Medical Systems with Limited Resources: Social and Economic Considerations
(Rodolfo A. Neirotti, MD, PhD, Luiz F. Caneo, MD, PhD, and Aida L. Ribeiro Turquetto, PhD, Clinical Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics, Emeritus Michigan State University, US, and others)

Chapter 8. Managing Change in Healthcare: The Rise of Electronic Medical Records
(Veronica Sikka, MD, PhD, Raaj Popli, MD, and Naazli Shaikh, MD, Chief, Emergency Medicine, Orlando VA Medical Center, Associate Professor, University of Central Florida College of Medicine, Orlando, FL, US, and others)

Chapter 9. Pitfalls of Academic Affiliations: Health Center at a Crossroad
(Thomas J. Papadimos, James P. Hofmann, Steven J. Margolis and Andrew B. Casabianca, The Department of Anesthesiology, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, OH, US, and others)

Chapter 10. Creating a Culture of Curiosity to Improve Quality and Patient Safety
(Dianne McCallister, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Medical Center of Aurora, Aurora, CO, US)

Chapter 11. Aviation and Cardiac Surgery: Review of Their Relationships. Implication on Complexity Theory and Ethical Considerations
(Roberto Battellini, MD, Michael S. Firstenberg, MD, and Mauricio Perez-Martinez, MD, Honorary Chief of Cardiac Surgery, Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and others)

Chapter 12. Setting Up a Hospice and Palliative Care Program at a University Health Network: Turning Challenges into Opportunities
(Ric Baxter, John R. Interrante, Gregory S. Domer, Timothy Oskin, Michael S. Firstenberg and Stanislaw P. Stawicki, Department of Palliative and Supportive Care, St. Luke’s University Health Network, Bethlehem, PA, US, and others)

Chapter 13. Training the Next Generation of Surgeons: Leadership for Mentors and Mentees
(Alexander P. Nissen, MD, Juan B. Umana-Pizano, MD, Jacqueline K. Olive and Tom C. Nguyen, MD, Department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery, University of Texas Health Science Center Houston, McGovern Medical School, Houston, TX, US, and others)

Chapter 14. Crisis Leadership: A Practical Perspective
(Daniel del Portal, MD, and Manish Garg, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, Associate Director of Clinical Operations, Department of Emergency Medicine, Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, US, and others)

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