A Reflection on the Pharmacy Leadership Academy
In 2016, Zack Dumont enrolled in the Pharmacy Leadership Academy. One of the things he was most grateful for was the opportunity for self-reflection. This inspired him to start a blog about his experience in each course. “There were more than a few dozen “ah-ha” moments,” writes Zack. In his blog, he reflects on the benefits of the readings, discussion boards, “what to do and what not to do” guides, webinars, and more.Read Zack's Blog
2019-2020 Course Schedule
Course topics are based on a set of identified skills required to be an effective pharmacy leader.
Learn how to be effective with people and how to lead yourself
Leading the Pharmacy Enterprise: Building the Business of Pharmacy
Explore and analyze the pharmacy enterprise and the key roles it plays in supporting both the clinical and business functions of the larger healthcare organization.
Leading System Reliability: Safety & Quality
Achieve high reliability in your organization through an enhancement and commitment to Safety Culture by implementing processes using a systematic approach.
Leading Effective Financial Management
Become a pharmacy leader with core financial knowledge. Learn to speak the language needed to successfully lead a health system to financial success.
Leading Transformational Change and Innovation
A conceptual model for understanding how organizations move from short-term performance improvements to sustained, organization-wide patient care improvements.
Strategic Clinical Leadership
Address the critical role of the clinical leader in assuring that the patient’s views and needs are a primary focus during decision making.
Leading for Sustained Organizational and Individual Success
Explore key concepts of organizational culture and its role in shaping change initiatives and their success.
Graduate Program Opportunities
- M.B.A. in Healthcare Management
- M.B.A. in Health Informatics
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M.S. in Health-System Pharmacy Administration
- M.S. Pharmacy Leadership & Certificate
University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
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