Doctor of Nursing Program receives LEADS certification from the Canadian College of Health Leaders
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) has awarded LEADS certification to the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing’s Doctor of Nursing program as part of a three strategic partnership agreement.
The partnership agreement provides Doctor of Nursing program participants with an opportunity to obtain their Certified Health Executive (CHE) designation while completing their studies. This designation
“We are excited about this collaboration with not only Canada’s first Doctor of Nursing program, but also Bloomberg Nursing, who show their commitment to health leadership by committing to have the CHE as a preferred designation for their students,” says Brenda Lammi, Vice President, Leadership and Professional Development at the CCHL.
“The leadership of our Doctor of Nursing students is reflected through their bold and evidence-based work that sets out to improve health care,” said Linda Johnston, Dean of the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing. “This partnership with the CCHL and the LEADS designation for our DN program, further illustrates the tremendous leadership opportunities available to Bloomberg Nursing students.”
This collaboration will also allow for both organizations to better address the constantly evolving needs of health leaders and align themselves with the LEADS in a Caring Environment framework. This framework is a foundation for Canadian health leadership development and defines the knowledge, skills and attitudes a leader must have to positively contribute to the Canadian health care system.
About the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, Doctor of Nursing program
The Doctor of Nursing program provides a formal, academic credential and competitive edge for those looking to advance their nursing careers in complex and changing healthcare systems or education settings. The Doctor of Nursing program focuses on developing skills in translating research into practice, applying research knowledge in decision-making, and developing and implementing clinical innovations to make an impact on the healthcare system, improving care delivery, and advancing nurse education and scholarship.
For more information about the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, Doctor of Nursing program, visit: https://bloomberg.nursing.utoronto.ca/programs/doctor-of-nursing-DN/
About the College
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL), a national member-driven non-profit association, is the connected community that develops, supports, and inspires health leaders across Canada. The College strives to provide the leadership development, tools, knowledge, and network that members need to become high impact leaders in Canadian healthcare.
Through LEADS, the CHE designation, credentialing, training, conferences, mentoring and a nationwide careers network, we support health leaders in every sector and region, from every professional background and at any stage of their career.
Located in Ottawa, the College collaborates with 20 chapters across the country and engages with its 4,000 members and 80 corporate members to promote lifelong learning and professional development while recognizing leadership excellence.
For more information about the College, visit: www.cchl-ccls.ca