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Leadership and Management in Health PgCert/PgDip/MSc top-up/MSc: Course aims

What this course offers you

The Leadership and Management in Health course aims to:

  • Help you develop leadership competencies and skills in the healthcare sector.
  • Equip you with the knowledge and skills required to either enter professional practice of health management, or continue to a higher level professionally.
  • Offer flexible, modular learning which can be taken as a Postgraduate Certificate, a Postgraduate Diploma or a masters (MSc).
  • Give you access to a wealth of information in lectures, journals, elearning forums, seminars, the library, online lectures and discussion groups.
  • Provide a critical understanding of the body of academic knowledge relevant to leadership and management and its application in practice.
  • Expand your professional knowledge by facilitating discussion with other practising professionals from different organisations and sectors.
  • Gives you an opportunity to research a specific area of healthcare management with practical application to your current workplace by means of a masters-level dissertation.

"Students act as their own resource in that you have a tremendous breadth of both education and practical experience... Students also act as a resource to each other and they can actually stimulate others to go on and do things that they felt maybe were beyond their scope." – Dr Meurig Thomas, course tutor

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