92932 Management for Clinicians6cp
Professional studies subject
Students develop essential professional knowledge and skills for the effective management of a health service, unit or organisation. Evidence-based management approaches are analysed and applied in health settings. Students learn and develop skills in managerial problem-solving, managing complex and grey health management issues, human resource management, leading diverse teams, key stakeholder communication and negotiation, and financial management. Students are also given the opportunity to reflect on what it is to be an effective manager in a health environment. The subject provides a foundation to positively influence health system improvement via sound effective management.
Autumn session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125