Grounded in the strengths of a leading research university, Yale's management development programs are consistently refined and strengthened based the latest scientific evidence, including the results of our robust program evaluations. Our curricula are informed by new research to understand and to develop leadership, management, and governance in diverse contexts, to study integration across sectors, and to develop and to evaluate interventions that improve the performance of complex health systems.
- Management Matters: A Leverage Point for Health Systems Strengthening in Global Health. E. H. Bradley, L. A. Taylor and C. J. Cuellar; Int J Health Policy Manag 2015; 4:411-5.
- Professionalizing Healthcare Management: A Descriptive Case Study. E. L. Linnander, J. M. Mantopoulos, N. Allen, I. M. Nembhard and E. H. Bradley; Int J Health Policy Manag 2017; 6:555-560.
- Health management education and professional development in low-income settings. E. Bradley, J. Mantopoulos, E. Linnander and J. Kagwiza; On the Horizon 2016; 24:313-315.