Leadership femminile in sanità: possibili soluzioni e strumenti. Un caso di studio

Titolo Rivista: MECOSAN
Autori/Curatori: Paola Paoloni, Francesca Dal Mas, Amelia Barcellini
Anno di pubblicazione: 2021 Fascicolo: 120 Lingua: Italiano
Numero pagine: 22 P. 83-104 Dimensione file: 290 KB
DOI: 10.3280/MESA2021-120006
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Obiettivo Lo scopo dell’articolo e approfondire le tematiche relative alla leadership femminile delle imprese sanitarie, andando a individuare, nella letteratura internazionale e mediante un caso di studio, le caratteristiche rilevanti che impattano sulle pari opportunita. L’articolo intende, quindi, approfondire i possibili strumenti e soluzioni al fine di supportare la leadership femminile e rafforzare il ruolo della donna nel management delle aziende sanitarie. <em>Metodo della ricerca</em> Nell’articolo viene utilizzata la metodologia di analisi di un caso di studio. Oggetto dello studio e il Centro Nazionale di Adroterapia Oncologica (Fondazione CNAO) di Pavia. La Fondazione CNAO e caratterizzata dalla presenza di un middle management a prevalenza femminile (dei 130 operatori, 66 sono donne, di cui 30 madri). A capo della direzione scientifica, medica, tecnico- infermieristica vi sono donne. Sempre donne rivestono il ruolo di responsabili della Comunicazione e URP, Qualita e Regulatory Affairs, Contabilita Generale e Aspetti Fiscali, Amministrazione Clinica, Risorse Umane, Pianificazione Acquisti e Servizi Generali. Dei 12 medici attuali, 10 sono donne, compreso il Direttore Medico, in controtendenza con la media internazionale (per la quale solo il 25% dei medici in ambiente ospedaliero e rappresentato da donne). Risultati L’analisi condotta attraverso il modello del CAOS consente, a partire dall’esperienza della Fondazione CNAO, di determinare alcuni strumenti operativi per facilitare l’accesso delle donne a posizioni di leadership in ambito sanitario. Tramite il caso di studio sono investigate e mappate le soluzioni di flessibilita adeguatamente applicate durante il periodo dell’emergenza causata dalla pandemia da Covid-19. I risultati consentono di proporre strumenti per valorizzare il ruolo delle donne nel management sanitario, in ambiti fortemente multidisciplinari e a elevato impatto di innovazione e tecnologia. Implicazioni teoriche L’articolo contribuisce al tema della diversita di genere nelle aziende sanitarie, con particolare riferimento a barriere, vantaggi e strumenti operativi per facilitare la leadership femminile. Implicazioni operative L’esperienza della Fondazione CNAO, adeguatamente collocata nella letteratura, consente di individuare alcune best practices di concreta applicabilita per le aziende sanitarie, stimolando eventuali studi comparativi.

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Paola Paoloni, Francesca Dal Mas, Amelia Barcellini, Leadership femminile in sanità: possibili soluzioni e strumenti. Un caso di studio in "MECOSAN" 120/2021, pp 83-104, DOI: 10.3280/MESA2021-120006