A team of experts from the Federal Center, that consisted of doctors and department heads, passed the second training block at the University of Applied Sciences in Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW). As a result of the course, participants presented their personal and group projects and received international certificates of the FHNW School of Business.
The Center for Cardiovascular Surgery in Astrakhan has been cooperating with the FHNW School of Business since 2011. During this time, 20 specialists from the Center have received international certificates. The course "CAS Management of Medical Units" consists of two blocks, each lasts 7 full days. The unique course program, which was developed specifically for the heads and managers of Russian clinics, includes information on modern management techniques and tools used in international practice and their application in Russia. A great role is given to group- and teamwork. The course also covers the aspects of strategic management, medical marketing, human resources management and finance. The lectures use the licensed materials of the Harvard Business School. In the end of the course, each student designs, presents and implements a project relevant to the Center.
Most classes are taught by healthcare practitioners and have the form of interactive workshops and master classes. Such an approach to learning provides an involvement and participation in the process, an opportunity to immediately apply the theory to the practical tasks of the Center.
Information about the university.
The University of Applied Sciences of Northwest Switzerland includes nine higher schools with more than 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students in four cantons: Aargau, Basel-Land, Basel-City and Solothurn. The university is one of the nine universities of applied sciences of the federal level in Switzerland. Educational programs of the university are aimed at practical application during the training already and are oriented to the market.
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