American Association for Physician Leadership
The American Association for Physician Leadership® is the preeminent U.S. organization for physician leaders. Doctors who hold leadership and management positions who want to boost their effectiveness and their CVs have a partner here.
Canadian Medical Protective Association
The Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA) is a not-for-profit association, incorporated by an Act of Parliament. Founded in 1901, the CMPA emerged from a need for physicians to work together to support their physician colleagues.
The CMPA’s tag line, Empowering Better Healthcare, underscores our enduring commitment to assist members in reducing their medical-legal risk and to contribute to improvements in the safety of care.
Canadian Medical Association
The CMA is a national, voluntary association of physicians and physicians-in-training. The CMA is a leader in engaging and serving physicians and is the national voice for the highest standards of health and health care. The CMA also provides leadership guidance to physician, wealth management advice and knowledge products and services through its subsidiaries, MD Financial Management and Joule™, respectively.
Physician Leadership Institute (PLI)
The Physician Leadership Institute was previously known as the Physician Management Institute (PMI).
The Physician Leadership Institute offers a comprehensive suite of leadership programs and resources, including PLI courses – all designed to meet physicians’ needs throughout their careers.
Canadian Health Leadership Network
Our aim is to support the advancement of exemplary health care leaders in Canada. To accomplish this we’ve established a network of partners across the country – all dedicated to the same cause. Together we can create environments that enable and support the development of outstanding health care leadership.
sanokondu is an international community of practice dedicated to fostering health professional leadership education worldwide. The name derives from a loose adaptation of 'health leadership' in the universal language of Esperanto, attesting to the commitment of the members to work together across geographic, language and regulatory divide. sanokondu’s existence is predicated on the idea that healthcare providers in all disciplines must have the knowledge and skills required to effect transformative change in order to optimize healthcare at the individual and societal level. sanokondu ’s vehicles for education dissemination include publications, international symposia, and most importantly, an open access competency based leadership curriculum that can be adapted to the local context.