Working on the front lines of delivering care? You should apply for the Strategic Innovation for Community health programme taking place in the fall.
About the Opportunity
The Johnson & Johnson Corporate Citizenship Trust is partnering with INSEAD Business School to invite people on the frontlines of primary care to embark on a life-changing journey of Leadership & Innovation. Building on 20 years of shared experience in driving Leadership and Development across Europe Middle East and Africa – Strategic Innovation for Community Health (STICH) will take place in Nairobi, Kenya from the 12th to 17th November 2018.
STICH is a novel programme for senior healthcare managers who work in the areas of primary care, chronic care pathways and community health. It is designed for people with medical, nursing, health education and public health backgrounds whose management responsibilities have increased significantly and who are faced with the challenge of developing new models of care for healthcare service design and delivery.
The objective of the Strategic Innovation for Community Health programme is to provide cutting-edge insights and thinking about: innovation as a discipline; the innovation of healthcare and prevention services; the effective implementation and adaptation of strategy; and new approaches to “systems thinking” for addressing the challenges of healthcare.
To learn more about the partnership between the Trust and INSEAD and the other two successful programs in the portfolio “Innovating Health for Tomorrow (Fontainebleau France)” and the “Middle East Health Leadership Program” (Abu Dhabi, UAE), visit www.jjcct.org.
When & where the programme will take place
12 - 17 November
Who can apply for this programme?
Strategic Innovation for Community Health is designed for leaders in primary care, public health or chronic disease care. It welcomes individuals from the public sector, private and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) who strive to improve the health and who want to have a real impact on the populations they serve. Successful candidates will have been trained as doctors, nurses, health educators or other health professionals who have subsequently become senior or high-potential managers in healthcare delivery organisations. Participants will typically:
- Be senior or high-potential managers in healthcare services (3 to 8 years of management experience)
- Be considered by their organisations to be capable of occupying positions of increased responsibility, particularly with respect to innovation