96022 Leadership in Primary Health Care6cp; block
This subject covers an introduction to contemporary health care leadership in the primary health care environment. The subject provides a critical foundation in leadership and associated issues for planners, clinicians, health researchers and managers working in this environment. Students address issues of concern for health leaders including leadership theory and strategies to enhance service delivery; establishing and sustaining high-performance cultures; effective human resources for health; succession planning; change management; strategies for career enrichment; resilience for leadership; reflective critical thinking; social justice and equity; and effective communication. On completion of this subject, students understand the crucial role of leadership in effective primary health care provision.
Spring session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125