Introduction to Leadership for Biomedical Education

GMS MS 600

The objective of this introductory leadership course is to focus on the basic principles of personal and interpersonal leadership as they relate to the wide range of biomedical and health science careers that BU graduates may enter. We will explore the areas of voice, vision, emotional intelligence, conflict resolution, teamwork, and more. The material presented in this course will give way to the 5 practices of exemplary leaders that can be applied to any expertise area, but particularly for this course the biomedical research and health sciences areas. Completion of this course will benefit one's career by allowing them to apply leadership practices in order to lead a successful team of researchers or healthcare practitioner. Additionally, in understanding and applying leadership practices participants will become better team members thus encouraging team success. PhD students (especially, but not limited to, those on NIH training grants), masters students, and postdoctoral researchers are encouraged to take this course. 2 cr. Fall sem.

SPRG 2024 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Craigen INS 301 W 4:00 pm-6:00 pm MED Campus

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