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Volume 2 number 1



Opinion: Needed: physician leaders


Professionalism and disruptive behaviour: strategies for physician leaders


Physician communication as a key factor in patient experience


The facilitative leader: Group decision-making


Voir différemment : la théorie des contraintes appliquée aux soins de santé


Canadian Journal of Physician Leadership guidelines for authors


Book review: The Behaviour

Change Wheel: A Guide to Designing

Interventions Top

Issue Number 4 Spring 2015



Panarchy, the collapse of the Canadian health care system, and physician leadership


Mediocre leaders fix weakness, great leaders

leverage strengths


Leadership tools for transformation: complaints,

conflict, and core motivation


Medical leadership: the case in the literature


2016 CSPL Excellence in Medical Leadership Award


CCPL 2016 inspires and informs


CCPE 2016 recipients


BOOK REVIEW: Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End


BOOK REVIEW: A Good Death: Making the Most of Our Final Choices


BOOK REVIEW: The Leadership Challenge: How to Make Extraordinary Things Happen in




Volume 2 number 2



Waste of time or teachable moment?


A physician leader’s role in managing patient safety incidents


The facilitative leader: Managing the behaviour of challenging team members


Communicate clearly: A key way to protect against human rights complaints


Creating a powerful speaking style


Leading the medical division: A small business in academia


Book review: Inspired Physician Leadership: Creating Influence and Impact Top

Volume 2 number 3



Has regionalization of the Canadian health system contributed to better health?


Part-time practice, full-time safety for physician leaders


Balancing patient satisfaction and quality of care


OPINION Advocacy in one’s own practice: appropriateness in ordering investigations and management decisions


Strategic leadership development for physicians


Strategic leadership development for physicians


Book review: Leaders Eat Last:

Why Some Teams Pull Together

and Others Don’t


Book review: No More Lethal Waits: 10 Steps to Transform Canada’s Emergency Departments Top