Applications for the Executive Program In Management Of Brain Health (EPMABH) for the advanced training of 40 medical directors working in the field of neuroscience, in both the public and private sectors, are available starting March 14th. The date coincides with Brain Awareness Week, an international campaign involving organizations, schools and universities around the world on the progress and benefits of human brain research.
The program is a new addition to SDA Bocconi's educational offer and is part of a collaboration with Lundbeck Italia, a multinational pharmaceutical company specializing in the treatment of psychiatric and neurological diseases. It is a great opportunity for neuroscience professionals.
"Every day we are at their side, promoting scientific medical updates in brain health," says Tiziana Mele, Managing Director of Lundbeck Italia "With this advanced executive program we want to reaffirm and strengthen our partnership, knowing that the challenges of tomorrow will require not only scientific training but also managerial skills.”
The objective of the course is to provide a development strategy for services in the neuroscience field, fostering in participants a consolidation of managerial skills that serve their professional development, in parallel with the search for an innovative strategic-organizational positioning for neuroscience and with a special focus on the management of caregiving for chronic conditions.
“The challenge of managing chronic conditions and the range of services in neuroscience," says Francesca Lecci, Associate Professor of Practice of Government, Health and Not for Profit at SDA Bocconi and Scientific Director of the course, "calls for a reflection on organizational and operational models, service formulas and interconnections between different levels of care. And it requires solid and innovative management skills.”