Ensign College of Public Health will be offering an executive education course for senior leaders in healthcare administration from November 11-13 at its Kpong Campus.

The course is designed for senior leaders and executives is in collaboration with the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah and Green Templeton College at the University of Oxford.

Tuition for the course is ¢2360, which includes the two-day course, two nights’ accommodations at the Ensign Global Campus, welcome dinner and reception, and all meals.

In addition to two days of instruction from global health care experts, Professor Agyeman Badu Akosa, Executive Director of Healthy Ghana, Professor of Pathology at the University of Ghana Medical School, President of Phytica Ghana, and Chairman of Express Life Insurance, will host a welcome dinner and social on campus during the evening of Thursday, November 11, 2021.

Commenting on what to expect, Professor Akosa noted, “’you cannot do things the same way in such turbulent times, we offer you the game-changer with this course.”

The course will focus on key leadership and management skills to develop ethical leaders, explain core skills essential to healthcare leadership as well as the collection and usage of data. 

Professor Stephen Alder, President of Ensign College of Public Health and senior host of the event said, “We are pleased to join with experts from these top world universities to offer this timely course. This is an experience not to be missed!”