OpusVi announced their first partnership will be with Duke Corporate Education (Duke CE), part of Duke University. Duke CE has been ranked as one of the top three global Executive Education providers for over a decade and works with the world’s leading companies to train leaders globally. The partnership’s first program offering will be a Certificate in Nurse Leadership.
“Our entire health industry ecosystem needs to open more professional pathways that lead into medical careers. That is why we are excited to pair Duke CE with OpusVi to bring professional health care training and development to the next level,” said Lloyd Dean, President and CEO of Dignity Health. “Dignity Health has a commitment to furthering the education, training, and development of our clinical and non-clinical workforce so that we are better prepared to meet the health care needs of our patients and communities. This higher education will expand training to the best-in-class providers who we need to address the future health needs of our nation and across the globe.”
“In our view, the demand for outstanding leadership in health care has never been greater,” said Michael Chavez, Duke CE CEO. “We are proud of this collaborative partnership with OpusVi and excited at the opportunity to help a new generation of health care leaders get ready for what’s next.”
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About Duke CE
Duke CE is the leadership development unit of Duke University. Duke CE works with some of the world’s largest corporations in areas of talent and workforce development. The Financial Times has ranked Duke CE among the top three globally in custom executive education for 19 consecutive years. Duke University is consistently ranked in the top ten U.S. News ranking for national universities and in the top 20 globally.
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