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Table 7 Time frame of interventions for clinical leadership development

From: Developing and evaluating clinical leadership interventions for frontline healthcare providers: a review of the literature

Author Country Year Time frame of interventions for clinical leadership development
Cleary et al. [38] Australia 2005 6 months (nature and length of contact sessions missing)
Ferguson et al. [39] Australia 2007 12 observations over 4 months
Williams et al. [40] Australia 2009 4 full time intensive weeks
Travaglia et al. [41] Australia 2011 5 face-to-face days and monthly collaborative coaching over 24 months (length of coaching sessions missing)
MacPhail et al. [23] Australia 2015 One 2-h session once per month for 9 months
Leggat et al. [42] Australia 2016 12 months (length of contact sessions
Dierckx de Casterelé [45] Belgium 2008 12 months (nature and length of contact sessions missing)
Miller and Dalton [25] England 2011 1-year full time master’s programme
(nature and length of contact sessions missing)
Leeson and Millar [26] England 2013 2 days per week, every week over 6 weeks
Enterkin et al. [27] England 2013 8 days, 1 day/ month over 8 months
Phillips and Byrne [31] England 2013 Four modules, each 8-h days per day
Castillo and James [32] England 2013 Three 1-day module, three ½ day action learning sets over 8 months
Stoll et al. [33] England 2011 12 months full time programme (nature and length of contact sessions missing)
Miani et al. [34] England 2013 2 days (internal fellows), and 4 days a week external fellows) over 12 months
Runnacle et al. [35] England 2013 1-h workshop; 6 months programme (2 full workshops 1 month apart; over 1-year full time fellowship
Lunn et al. [28] Ireland 2008 12 months (nature and length of contact sessions missing)
McNamara et al. [29] Ireland 2014 6 months’ (nature and length of contact sessions missing)
Fealy et al. [36] Ireland 2015 6 months
tailored to participants needs
Patton et al. [37] Ireland 2013 Tailored to individuals’ time frame over 6 months
Pearson et al. [30] Scotland 2010 1 year flying start, 2 years masters’ degree periodically, Action learning sets, over three years
Martin et al. [46] Switzerland 2012 18 days (1 day/month) over 12 months for the intervention phase and over 6 months in the follow up phase
Kling [43] USA 2010 3 h’ classroom, 6 h per week clinical component
Abraham [44] USA 2011 32 h/month over 6 months
Lekan et al. [24] USA 2011 3 weeks SDL and CBL, 3 weeks 8- h clinical rotation. 1-week reflective journal