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Cultivating Leadership in Medicine: Preliminary Edition

Author(s): JOANN FARRELL QUINN, Bobbie Ann Adair White

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Copyright: 2019

Pages: 292

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Leadership is a core competency for all healthcare professionals. Physicians of the 21st century face complex challenges and will be called upon to lead at multiple levels. Medical professionals must be prepared for both the practice of medicine and the practice of leadership.

Cultivating Leadership in Medicine leads readers on the journey to discovering and practicing leadership skills in the world of medicine.  Authors Joann Farrell Quinn and Bobbie Ann Adair White utilize a collection of 23 different readings to introduce the concept of leadership; help readers learn about personal development through emotional intelligence and social competencies; provide them with tools to navigate the organizational waters; and introduce examples of successful leadership skills training in medical education across the continuum.  The publication concludes with first-hand reflections from leaders in the field of medicine.

To aid in the comprehension of concepts taught, chapter outlines, graphics / charts, chapter summaries, references, personal development activities and reflections, and coaching materials are provided.

About the Authors
About the Contributors

Section 1 Introduction to Leadership

Chapter 1 Leadership: The Why, What and How of Training Leaders in Medical Education
Catherine Florio Pipas, MD, MPH

Chapter 2 From Physician to Physician Leadership
Philip A. Cola, PhD

Section 2 Personal Development through Emotional Intelligence and Social Competencies

Chapter 3 Introduction to Emotional Intelligence
Joann Farrell Quinn, PhD, MBA and Bobbie Ann Adair White, EdD, MA

Chapter 4 Self-Awareness
Joe Doty, PhD and Bobbie Ann Adair White, EdD, MA

Chapter 5 Empathy and Social Awareness
Bobbie Ann Adair White, EdD, MA and Joann Farrell Quinn, PhD, MBA

Chapter 6 Positive Affect and Power and Influence
Leila E. Harrison, PhD, MA, Med, David H. Garcia, Med, and Alejandro C. Arroliga, MD, MS

Chapter 7 Conflict Resolution
Joann Farrell Quinn, PhD, MBA and Bobbie Ann Adair White, EdD, MA

Chapter 8 Effective Communication
Neil E. Grunberg, PhD and Erin S. Barry, MS

Chapter 9 Coaching and Mentoring
Amy Smith, PhD and Kira Zwygart, MD, FAAFP

Chapter 10 Renewal and Resilience—Preventing Burnout and Encouraging Healthy Practices
Catherine Florio Pipas, MD, MPH and Jeffrey Levy, MD

Section 3 Navigating the Organizational Waters

Chapter 11 Team Medicine in an Inter-Professional Environment
Erin S. Barry, MS and Neil E. Grunberg, PhD

Chapter 12 Leading Change
Sarah E. Hoffe, MD and Austin J. Sim, MD, JD

Section 4 Examples of Programs Teaching Leadership in Medical Education across the Continuum

Chapter 13 Uniformed Services University Leader and Leadership Education and Development Program
Erin S. Barry, MS, Neil E. Grunberg, PhD, and John E. McManigle, MD

Chapter 14 University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine SELECT Program: Preparing Students to Become Physician Leaders Who Can Accelerate Change in Healthcare
Jeanne Jacoby, MD, Joann Farrell Quinn, PhD, MBA, Deborah DeWaay, MD, Amy Smith, PhD, and Kira Zwygart, MD

Chapter 15 Coaching in University of South Florida SELECT
Amy Smith, PhD and Kira Zwygart, MD, FAAFP

Chapter 16 Experience with Healthcare Leader Development at Cleveland Clinic
Tracy H. Porter, PhD and James K. Stoller, MD, MS

Chapter 17 The University of Michigan Medical School Leadership Development Program
Nell Kirst, MD and Brian J. Zink, MD

Chapter 18 How the Duke School of Medicine Educates and Develops Physician Leaders

Dean Taylor, MD and Joe Doty, PhD

Chapter 19 Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Approach to Leadership Development
Elizabeth Ann Yakes, MD and William B. Cutrer, MD, Med

Chapter 20 The Aventura Leadership Experience
Miriam Zylberglait Lisigurski, MD, FACP, Carmen Cartwright, MD, Carmen Elena Cervantes, MD, and Nader Lamaa, MD

Chapter 21 Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University: Leadership in the Curriculum
John Tomkowiak, MD, MOL and Jeff Haney, MD

Section 5 Reflections from Leaders

Chapter 22 Catalytic Conversations
Deborah DeWaay, MD and Shane Puckett, EdD

Chapter 23 Leading within a Culture of Authenticity
John Couris

Appendix 1 Personal Development Activities and Reflections
Appendix 2 Coaching Materials
Index

JOANN FARRELL QUINN

Joann Farrell Quinn is a faculty member in the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine and the Muma College of Business, where she teaches introduction to research methods, leadership, and emotional intelligence.  

Dr. Quinn’s research interests include emotional and social and related competencies, leadership, and the social construction of identity. Currently, she is involved in various research projects about emotional intelligence, grit, burnout, and empathy, including National Science Foundation funded work to increase diversity and equity in graduate education admissions. 

Dr. Quinn is also active in medical education leadership, and was the founding convener of a special interest group, Innovation and Leadership in Medical Education, within the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC) Southern Group on Educational Affairs (SGEA).

Prior to pursuing a Masters and Doctorate, Dr. Quinn worked domestically and internationally in the capital markets and investment management industry for a decade, and is a past president of the Security Traders Association of Florida. 

Dr. Quinn earned a PhD from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University with a focus in Organizational Behavior, a Master in Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in Organization and Management from the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University, and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Political Science from the University of Rochester.

Dr. Quinn is also a Pilates junkie, lover of good (great) wine and food, wife to Harold (“Q”), and mother to one human child (Ean, currently 7), three rescue dogs (all under 7 pounds), and two rescue cats (much larger than 7 pounds). 

Bobbie Ann Adair White

Bobbie Ann “BA” is a medical educator, career coach, and consultant. She currently serves as a faculty member, medical education consultant, and faculty Ombuds at Texas A&M University, College of Medicine. She also serves as a faculty member for Massachusetts General Hospital’s (MGH) Institute of Health Professions.

Acting as a learning mediator and coach, BA teaches in the following content areas: conflict management, leadership, feedback, cultural humility, educational administration, and health professions education. She questions assumptions and conclusions, assisting individuals in deepening their knowledge and understanding. Ultimately, her passion is to help others achieve their goals, which drives the majority of her work. In that quest, she has helped publish in the areas of teams in medicine, leadership in medicine, and other medical education topics such as coauthoring a book, Guide to Becoming a Physician. The text was written for premedical students and is incorporated into the curriculum at Baylor University with the purpose of encouraging critical thinking about the journey to becoming a physician.

Her formal education consists of a bachelor of arts in psychology with a minor in sociology, a master of arts in industrial and organizational psychology, and a doctorate in educational administration (leadership) with a dissertation entitled “Conflict Management Education as a tool for Leadership Development in the Intensive Care Unit.”

In addition to Dr. White’s professional roles, she is active in her community, serving on the Board of Trustees for Salado Independent School District. And she often says she is married to medicine, as her husband is the Medical Director of the Medical ICU in Temple, Texas. They share two adorable kiddos (JuliAnn (photo credit) and Preston), and a sweet rescue dog, Sam.

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