Ideal candidates include surgeons who currently hold or seek to attain a leadership position, including leadership of:
Mid- to senior-level established surgeons who wish to enhance their leadership skills, gain promotion in non-clinical areas and broaden their repertoire in leadership and decision-making positions are also well suited for this program.
The Learner Perspective with Paulo Porto de Melo
Ayo Oshowo, a graduate of the program, shares his experience.
Surgical Leadership Program learners participate in interactive workshops throughout the program. Here program participant, Olivia Cheng addresses her colleagues during a discussion.
The Surgical Leadership 2019 cohort before a celebratory dinner.
Program leadership take an active part in facilitating our hybrid learning model. From left to right, Peter Gogalniceanu, Ariel Stern, Fiona Myint, Charles Everett, Henry Marsh, Sayeed Malek and Ajay Singh.
Our in-person workshops bring together surgical scholars from across the globe. Here program learner, Daniel Figueroa Tentori addresses the group during a lecture.
Program participants, Richard Naspro (left) and Jorge Calzada (right) enjoy a social dinner at the conclusion of a workshop.
Program participant, Vardhini Vijay smiles during a workshop lecture.
Teamwork is an integral part of our learning model. Learners Lawrence Farries (right) and Daniel Figueroa Tentori (left) network at one workshop dinner.