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Date 17th April, 2024
Time 05:00 PM (UK) | 06:00 PM (CET) | 08:00 PM (UAE) | 9:30 PM (IST)
Speakers Professor Nora Colton
Faculty Director – Healthcare Executive Program
Description We are pleased to invite you on behalf of UCL GBSH to participate in the UCL GBSH Healthcare Executive Program (HEP) - Live Information Session with Faculty Director Professor Nora Colton.

She will be sharing more information about the program and answering any questions you may have about Healthcare Executive Program in general. The program will help you champion digital transformation and develop a growth mindset and essential prowess in operational analysis, problem solving, employee governance, and more. You can also share your questions through the registration form in advance.


Professor Nora Colton
Professor of Leadership and Management for Healthcare,
Director of UCL GBSH, Faculty of Pop Health Sciences

Professor Nora Colton is the Director of the UCL GBSH. She is a health and development economist with extensive experience in change management and strategy. Previous to this role she was the UCL Pro-Vice-Provost (Postgraduate Education) and Joint Director of Education at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and Moorfields Eye Hospital. She has been a Professor of International Economics at Drew University, USA; Dean of Business and Deputy Vice Chancellor at University of East London (UEL), UK; and a visiting professor in the School of Public Administration at the University of Electronic Science and Technology (UESTC), Chengdu, China as well as the American University in Beirut (AUB), Lebanon.

She holds a doctorate from University of Oxford, UK. She also has studied and taught at a number of leading universities including Harvard University; W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University; American University in Cairo; American University in Beirut and Barcelona Business School at University Pompeu Fabra, Spain. She also holds a certificate in Change Management from Cornell University in the USA.
She has been the recipient of a serial Fulbright and a Carnegie Foundation grant to conduct fieldwork in the Middle East.

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