92295 Advanced Health Services Planning6cp; Forms of attendance in this subject have changed to enable social distancing and reduce the risks of spreading COVID-19 in our community. There is no in-person face-to-face attendance for this subject. All teaching and learning sessions are online via a mix of presentations and activities, flexible and real-time online learning sessions and guided online assignment support sessions.
Requisite(s): 92847 Planning and Evaluating Health Services
This subject develops advanced skills and competencies of health service planners, managers and clinicians through extending knowledge provided in the prerequisite planning subject 92847 Planning and Evaluating Health Services. Students explore complex health services planning areas through a series of on-campus workshops and via independent investigation. They have the opportunity to develop new and build on planning skills acquired in 92847, including skills in data interrogation, strategic analysis and projecting health service need. A wide range of real-world case studies and scenarios are utilised to demonstrate the breadth and diversity of health service planning and address and/or reduce planning issues through evidence-based and practical real-world solutions. Futuristic, comparative and international health service planning is examined. The subject establishes the capacity to positively influence health systems via effective health service planning and effective problem solving.
Spring session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125