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The Sandra Rotman Centre for Health Sector Strategy

Driving excellence in healthcare management

The Sandra Rotman Centre for Health Sector Strategy is a research, education and policy centre aimed at generating insights for governments, organizations and other key stakeholders facing complex healthcare challenges.

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New Study Examines the Role of Expectations and Duration on Compliance with COVID-19 Social-Distancing Measures.

A new study based on social distancing measures in Italy demonstrates people’s intentions to comply with self-isolation norms depend on how authorities communicate their duration and what people expect the duration will be.

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Meet our inaugural Sandra Rotman Healthcare Scholarship winners!

Learn more about the first-time recipients of the award, who are in the final months of completing their Full-Time MBA programs.

Global Executive MBA in Healthcare and the Life Sciences

Designed for working professionals, the GEMBA-HLS is an intensive 18-month program that immerses students in key healthcare clusters around the world.

A medical technology CEO on why every workday should feel like a ‘home game’

How do you know when you’ve found the right job, at the right company? It’s simple, says Stryker CEO Kevin Lobo (MBA ’95), It should feel like you have the home field advantage, every day.

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