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ZDOROVI will hold a large-scale training course for hospital managers

07:20 08 май 2024.  1551 Читайте на: УКР РУС

Leaders of Ukrainian hospitals from the regions under constant attack by Russian troops have the opportunity to take part in the transformational course "Leadership and Thinking in Times of Crisis" by recognized Ukrainian philosophers and thinkers of our time as part of the ZDOROVI educational hub.

The project is implemented with the partnership support of Americares.

Thirty-three hospital managers from Kherson, Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Sumy, Donetsk, Dnipro, Zaporizhzhia, Mykolaiv, and Odesa regions will be able to gain knowledge about the current transformation processes, long-term trends and economic strategies, potential future scenarios, and current leadership technologies.

"We, as responsible leaders of the humanitarian healthcare sector, are working hard to develop multi-level strategies for new medicine in Ukraine. Our country is going through a time of transformation, and we must make every effort to ensure that the changes that are taking place meet the current needs of the time. We need to develop strategies of new thinking, new approaches, and new worldview. This course will help managers of medical institutions to expand their understanding of leadership trends in the modern world, form new pillars for further work and scale the processes in their medical institutions to meet the deep needs of society," said Natalia Tulinova, founder of ZDOROVI.

The knowledge gained will help the course participants create and integrate new strategies into the work of their medical institutions operating in a wartime crisis and facing the consequences of war.

Since the beginning of the large-scale invasion of Ukraine, the ZDOROVI team has been working to support the medical system, both in the field of humanitarian aid and through educational projects aimed at shaping the long-term perspective of sustainability, recovery, and development of Ukrainian medicine.

ZDOROVI's large-scale humanitarian work is carried out in cooperation with international partners, including ISAR Ednannia, RAZOM for UKRAINE, NOVA Ukraine, Americares, Philips, the Dutch Refugee Council, GIZ, Projecten Vastenactie, and other charitable foundations and organizations.