Lesley Halliday




Dr Lesley Halliday PhD (USyd), Psychology BSc (Hons 1), MPH (USyd, completion 2014), Dip Prof Couns, GC (ULT) (completion 2014) is an experienced mixed methods researcher and tertiary educator who joined UNSW in 2011.

Lesley is Deputy Director of the SPHCM Summer School program. She convenes Management of Laboratory Services (PHCM9702), co-convenes Leadership & Health Workforce Management (PHCM9701), and also co-convenes Foundations in Public Health & Health Management (PHCM9401). Her research interests include women's health, particularly the psychosocial health of the healthcare workforce, leadership in both tertiary and health contexts and clinician and patient experiences of providing and receiving care to inform best practice, quality and safety initiatives. Lesley is also extending her research into the learning and teaching space, and has recently been awarded as CI a learning and teaching innovation grant for the project "Developing academic excellence in student feedback capabilities, standards and outcomes in the SPHCM’. She is particularly interested in blended and fully online content delivery utilising new and novel approaches to student engagment. She has also been the recipient of a number of awards including a prestigious Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) Citation award in 2009 for her outstanding contribution to student learning.

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In this course, we explore what it means to be a leader in the context of healthcare. How is it different to leadership in other industries? What are the particular skills and attitudes leaders need to have to navigate the complexity of healthcare leadership?

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