This course provides a critical approach to advanced practice issues across health and social care contexts.
Through a critical exploration of live, practice, political and service issues, the course aims to enhance your confidence and capability to work at an advanced level within your discipline-specific field of expertise. This means being able to measure, monitor and evaluate service-led innovation, integrate contemporary health and social trends as a transformational leader, all of which skills are central to advancing the health and social care experience, to quality care delivery and to service reform agendas.
Who is it for?
This course is designed for managers, clinicians and professional services staff wanting to develop their critical, analytic and reflective skills in a practice-based context.
30 teaching hours will be delivered over May and June 2021 (dates TBC)
The course enables you to develop core critical and analytical skills in advanced practice settings and, through the assignment, you will have the opportunity to focus on one of the core course themes: ethics, leadership, or teaching and learning.
The course is worth 15 credits at Level 7.
This course is worth 15 credits toward eligible programmes.