In 2001 an Australian teaching hospital initiated a basic in-service programme to develop future leaders. By 2005 it had developed into a formalised, structured educational programme. The new programme was designed around face-to-face education, resource materials, and individualised mentoring, with students being assessed against competencies as its conceptual framework. The programme was implemented in three phases: 1) planning and preparation; 2: a 26 week period of educational and reflectio...

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9.4.6 Develop management/leadership competencies
9.4.3 Deliver education and training

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