About the course
Healthcare improvement is a hot topic globally, and this programme offers an advanced education in healthcare improvement leadership. Aimed at individuals employed within health care disciplines, you will benefit from the course if your role requires you to lead improvement initiatives and those who wish to adopt a rigorous, evidence informed and systematic approach to their practice.
This programme offers a high degree of flexibility and allows you to tailor your studies to meet your own personal development requirements, the needs of your professional role and those of your sponsoring employer. The course is inter-professional in nature, suitable for those working in both clinical and non-clinical roles. Work-based projects are central to the assessment and students are encouraged and supported to learn in and from practice.
This programme is part-time with start dates available in January, June and September.
What you'll study
This part-time MSc is usually studied over 3 years. You can also choose to study for the interim award of Post Graduate Certificate or Post Graduate Diploma.
This programme is not suitable for full time study.
Modules within the Post Graduate Certificate and Post Graduate Diploma stages can be taken on a ‘stand alone’ basis as individual units of study.
For further information / An informal discussion of your study needs please contact:
Tracey Heath, Programme Lead
Telephone: 01482 464519
Healthcare Improvement Project
Evidencing Personal and Professional Development
Develop an in-depth self-reflection based on analysis and evaluation of experiential learning.
Research and Literature Review Methods
Practitioners in all health professional disciplines need to understand the principles of research, to know how knowledge is created and can be evaluated, and to apply the findings of research in the practice setting. You'll identify and critically evaluate research that informs important aspects of your practice.
Two options (to be chosen from those suitable and available)
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