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Nov 18, 2016 by Catherine Golden (cagw)
EHS 3101 : Leadership Concepts
Fri, 18 Nov 2016 09:05:20 GMT
Thu, 17 Nov 2016 01:51:23 GMT
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Emergency Health Services (EHS)
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CHS-BSHS: Clinical Health Sciences
: Global Leadership in Disaster Response
GLDR-BSHS: Global Leadership in Disaster Response
LEADR-BSHS: Leadership for Emergency Action and Disaster Response
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In The Catalog Prerequisites:
EHS 4103 : Advanced Topics in Leadership
EHS 4105 : Operations Management in Asymmetric Conditions
EHS 4160 : Project Management and Leadership Capstone
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Clinical Research and Leadership (CRL)
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students in the health sciences program or with the instructor's permission
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EHS 4111 - Leadership Concepts in EHS
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Leadership topics in the context of emergency action and disaster response, including developing leadership skills, team and group dynamics, and contrasting military and civilian leadership structures.
1. Identify key competencies required for effective informal and formal leadership.
2. Recognize personal leadership approaches and implications for practice.
3. Apply team and group leadership dynamics to efforts at each stage of the disaster cycle.
4. Compare military and civilian leadership models to differentiate between effective leadership approaches in various emergency and disaster settings.
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