GIR Leadership Institute 2017
AAMC Learning Center
March 21-24, 2017
Information technology is a strategic asset for the growth and success of medical schools, teaching hospitals, and health systems. To manage this rapidly expanding area, these organizations need visionary leaders who understand the complex responsibilities required for serving academic medicine.
The GIR Leadership Institute (GLI) is a four-day, highly interactive seminar created specifically for information professionals who are growing into a leadership role. The GLI is the only program that provides new and emerging leaders with the knowledge, insight, and tools needed to support and advance the IT practices, policies, and services within our complex multi-missioned organizations. In its 11th year, it has graduated over 300 fellows who have helped shape the future of IT in AMCs.
The 2017 GLI will help participants understand the business and cultural dynamics of academic medicine and develop leadership abilities, decision-making skills and the ability to assess the range of available technology solutions. The program includes problem-solving sessions using real-world examples and case studies, along with the opportunity to interact and network with a variety of leaders and colleagues from the academic medicine community.
The institute is limited to 42 fellows who must be nominated by their institution’s leadership to participate. All participating fellows must attend the entire institute.
You will be required to upload a completed nomination form and a nomination letter in order to complete your online registration. Institution leaders and supervisors are welcome to nominate individuals, as a sponsor, for the GIR Leadership Institute. Nominating sponsors are expected to actively participate in some of the preparatory assignments and follow-up activities with the fellows.
Click here to download the nomination letter form.
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - Friday, March 24, 2017
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