With health care facing rapid change – in demographics, increasing rates of chronic disease, advances in medical science, skyrocketing costs, value-based payment systems, information technology, new modes of patient contact and new legislation – faculty will need new skills to be able to manage and lead a reformed health care delivery system. The OSU Wexner Medical Center/Health Sciences Colleges are committed to developing faculty leaders who can meet the current and future needs of the organization; specifically, the skills and competencies that move us to national eminence.
The Faculty Leadership Institute (FLI) program is one of the critical components of the College of Medicine’s Center for Faculty Advancement, Mentoring and Engagement (FAME), which provides comprehensive guidance, education, programmatic support, and recognition and reward to all members of the faculty as they pursue diverse domains of career emphasis and excellence. This program equips professionals from the health sciences colleges to lead through evidence-based leadership training.
Please watch this video for information on what FLI is, the purpose and history, past participant testimonials and information on how to apply:
About the Program
For more information about cohort membership, topics, dates and other FLI information please read the Program Overview linked below.
How to Apply
Stay tuned! We will begin accepting applications for the 2024-2025 cohort in early March.
Click the link below to view a list of previous FLI program participants.