Continuing Executive Education

Continuing Executive Education

Master solutions on emerging challenges and opportunities in ED leadership.

The Continuing Executive Education (Con Ed) Course provides the unique opportunity for Emergency Department leaders to engage with international peers on topics regarding ED leadership and management. In this in-person, two-day program, these cutting edge topics are presented using interactive seminars and workshops. The sessions are led by internationally recognized experts. 

This master-level course explores topics central to the global challenges in Emergency Department management. Participants discuss best practices and gold standards for high-performance emergency department health care delivery.

Date & Location

  • 07-08 November 2024
  • Radisson Blu Hotel, Amsterdam City Center Rusland 17, Amsterdam, 1012 CK

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Topics at Con Ed

Topics in the Continuing Executive Education Course change every year – they are always pertinent to cutting edge Emergency Department leadership and management challenges. Alumni may suggest topics for upcoming Con Ed courses. Past examples include challenges during the pandemic, staffing, triage, and other topics.

Topics covered in IEDLI 2023

  • Adapting to Crisis Leadership
  • AI and healthcare
  • DEI and how to measure it
  • Raising the profile of the Emergency Department in your institution
  • Leadership and ethics in healthcare
  • Chairing a meeting
  • Compassionate leadership: burnout and coaching
  • Building the emergency leader career beyond the natural boundaries

We want your input! Tell us what topics you want to cover for IEDLI 2024 year at Con Ed.

Engaging discussions take place that allow attendees to learn from the experience of others.
Engaging discussions take place that allow attendees to learn from the experience of others.

Who Should Participate?

This program is designed for physicians, nurses, and hospital administrators who currently lead or plan to lead emergency departments, with attendees joining from hospitals around the world. The course is taught in English.

Social Events

In addition to interacting with others within the classroom, attendees have the opportunity to network at the Thursday night welcome reception.

Course Director

Chad A. Kim Sing, MD, CEDE, ABEM, FRCPC

Vancouver Coastal Health

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact us.