In a pioneering step towards enhancing competencies and developing leadership in the healthcare sector, the Gulf Health Council concluded the “Leadership Development in the Third Health Sector” program. The program, held in Jeddah over a span of five days, was organized in collaboration with the Public Health Administration at Harvard University.
This groundbreaking initiative aims to empower Gulf competencies in the healthcare field by providing an intensive training program covering a diverse range of specialized topics in leadership and skills development.
The program included workshops and lectures delivered by experts and academics from Harvard University, addressing topics such as healthcare planning strategies, improving healthcare systems, and adopting the latest technologies in the medical field.
This initiative reflects the commitment of the Gulf Health Council to the development of healthcare professionals and the enhancement of healthcare standards in the region. Participants in the program emphasized the importance of exchanging experiences and knowledge among Gulf countries, as well as the development of leadership strategies to improve healthcare conditions in the region.
This program marks a positive step towards strengthening international partnerships in the field of healthcare education and training, providing an ideal opportunity to encourage innovation and improve the quality of healthcare services in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries.