Medics Mini MBA 

November 16th 2011, 10am-4pm, London

Tickets: £288 (£240 for Guardian Healthcare Network members)


Book your ticket now for the forthcoming Medics Mini MBA. A fast-track one-day course, it is a Guardian Healthcare Network Event and will be led by Dr Emma Stanton and Dr Claire Lemer.

Emma and Claire both hold MBAs themselves and they have designed this course specifically for practising clinicians and aspiring and current clinical leaders. The course will involve case-based and interactive learning to help teach business skills including market analysis, business plan writing, doctorpreneurship and how to pitch your healthcare improvement ideas.

The course will be of interest to doctors, medical students and allied healthcare professionals.

More about Seminar Leaders, Dr Emma Stanton and Dr Claire Lemer:

Dr Emma Stanton is a Psychiatrist and Chief Executive of Beacon UK. Former roles include Commonwealth Fund Harkness Fellow at Harvard Business School, Clinical Advisor to the Chief Medical Officer at the Department of Health and Advisor for Bupa Health Dialog. Emma co-edited Clinical Leadership – Bridging the divide (2009) and co-authored MBA for Medics (2010). Emma has an MBA from Imperial College and is Director of Diagnosis, a clinical leadership social enterprise consultancy. Twitter @doctorpreneur

Dr Claire Lemer works both as a Paediatric Registrar in North London and as Operations Manager for Opthalmology in an adjacent hospital. She developed an interest in management as a result of spending two and a half years at the Department of Health and WHO working for the Chief Medical Officer.  During this time Claire developed her interest in quality improvement and patient safety and set up a leadership scheme for young doctors: The CMO’s Clinical Advisor Scheme. In 2004-5 Claire was a Commonwealth Fund/Health Foundation Harkness Fellow in Health Policy, based in Boston at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where she researched the effects of communication in paediatric medication safety. Claire has a medical degree, an MPH from Harvard and an MBA from Oxford. She is a director of the social enterprise, Diagnosis Ltd.