Leadership for primary health care : levels, functions, and requirements based on twelve case studies / Daniel Flahault, Milton I. Roemer
AbstractAn exploration of the qualities of leaders and the functions of leadership based on lessons extracted from twelve case studies. Illustrating widely divergent experiences acquired in different countries, case studies explain leadership training programmes and describe the personal educational background and experiences of actual leaders. Studies communicate experiences with either a national health care programme, a sample locality within a national health care system, or a specific and noteworthy project. On the basis of these experiences, subsequent chapters attempt to identify and clarify the many distinct functions of leadership and to set forth various requirements for leadership development. Defining leadership as an attribute of managers, the book concludes with abundant evidence that training, organizational structure, and social environment can enhance the leadership capability of any person
Flahault, Daniel, Roemer, Milton Irwin & World Health Organization. (1986). Leadership for primary health care : levels, functions, and requirements based on twelve case studies / Daniel Flahault, Milton I. Roemer. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/37339
Public health papers ; no. 82
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