We equip health care professionals with the tools needed
to lead, influence, and shape tomorrow's health care landscape.
At The Dartmouth Institute, we recognize that educating the whole enterprise—all levels of the health care workforce—is essential in order to assess current care models, identify new methodologies, and successfully integrate improved practices on the front lines of care.
That's why professional education is a cornerstone of The Dartmouth Institute's mission. We equip health care professionals with the vital competencies and tools needed to lead, influence, and shape tomorrow's health care landscape. We offer a variety of courses and seminars for individuals who want to learn about improvement principles and advancing population health. We also partner with organizations around the world to develop custom programs to meet their specific health care innovation goals.
This fully online program is designed to help you understand and navigate the challenges of patient-centered, high-value health care. The cohort-based program is limited to 25 participants, enabling you to build a network of colleagues who are actively working on improving health and health care.
Leveraging the expertise of our Dartmouth Institute faculty, who are among the nation’s leading health services researchers and innovators, we work with clients to develop customized programs that meet the specific workforce and professional development needs of their organizations. Courses can take place online, on the Dartmouth campus, or on-site at your organization. Contact Manish Mishra to learn more
Over the course of this 5-month, interactive program, participants will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully coach frontline clinical and supporting teams. Learn more
This program focuses on the interpersonal skills of communication, conflict management, and negotiation to improve coaching and team effectiveness. It is a 6-hour program offered over multiple days. Learn more
This two-day retreat offers health professionals from around the world the opportunity to share and reflect on their experiences and lessons learned from adapting and applying clinical microsystem theory to health care improvement. Learn more