In a growing world, strong health leadership is essential.

Advances in public health and clinical care, along with transformative new applications of technology, have enabled health providers to help people live longer and more productive lives. To sustain these trends, health systems must provide care that individuals and communities need, in ways they will use it, and at costs they can afford. The Institute for Leadership Impact helps healthcare leaders improve the way they respond to this challenge through leadership and continual improvement. We believe that with the right tools, these leaders can transform the health and well-being of a patient and a population, of a neighborhood and a nation.

The Institute offers training for Global Health Corps fellows and custom training solutions tailored to the needs of your organization. The Institute also supports the development of research-based medical simulations for healthcare leaders in developing countries, as well as the development of eLearning courses used to train medical professionals in women's cancer best practices.

Current Research: Virtual Reality Surgery Simulator (VRSS)

Institute for Leadership Impact leaders have worked with an international cohort of researchers, academics, physicians, and designers to develop the Virtual Reality Surgery Simulator (VRSS), a low-cost tool designed to accelerate the surgical training process in low-income countries. You can learn more about the project on its website.