Capital District Health Authority and Dalhousie University celebrate Fellowship recipient
Capital District Health Authority (CDHA) and Dalhousie University are pleased to celebrate the first recipient of the CDHA Health Administration Fellowship, Reece Bearnes (MHA 2010). The Fellowship is designed to provide outstanding grads of the Dalhousie University Masters of Health Administration program advanced post-graduate training in complex health systems. To celebrate Reece's graduation from the Fellowship program, CDHA is hosting a reception on Wednesday, June 15 at 2:00 p.m. in the VG Board Room at the Centennial Building.
The CDHA Health Administration Fellowship is an advanced post-graduate training program in Health Administrations that began in 2010 and extend for one year post-degree completion .
The CDHA Health Administration Fellowship is open to exceptional candidates who have successfully completed the MHA degree through Dalhousie University School of Health Administration (SHA). The selection committee is comprised of the Chair of the host institution, two CDHS administrators and SHA director.
The Fellowship is designed to provide the candidate with an enhanced understanding of complex health systems including finance, operations, leadership and governance.
"I feel honoured to have been CDHA's inaugural Health Administration Fellow; this program is truly world-leading and one-of-a-kind. Having the unique opportunity to be mentored by the country's greatest transformational healthcare leaders was inspiring! This experience has positively impacted me and I will forever be changed by it." -Reece Bearnes, graduate of the Masters of Health Administration from Dalhousie University in 2010.
"This Fellowship empowered me to translate what I learned in the classroom and apply it in the workplace. I was regularly asked to contribute my knowledge and abilities to the organization as an emerging health leader." -Reece Bearnes, graduate of the Masters of Health Administration from Dalhousie University in 2010.
"We chose Reece as the first candidate because he had an enthusiasm for learning and mentoring. He's very goal-driven and we knew he would help us further define and grow the Fellowship in its inaugural year. He has added perspective and fresh thinking to all the projects undertaken along his journey." -Barbara Hall, VP, People Health Care, CDHA
"Capital Health took a risk in establishing our first Fellowship. We both needed to be successful by ensuring Reece had a great experience and Capital Health saw the value of the Fellowship to the organization and the health system. We have all benefited from the Fellowship and seeing a structured post-grad health leadership development process in action."-Barbara Hall, VP, People Health Care, CDHA
|Reece Bearnes and Christel Mueller|
First and second Fellowship recipient
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