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Transforming the Service (Level 7)

 

Date:

Wednesday 17 January 2018 - Wednesday 11 July 2018

Location:

UEA, Norwich

Event Category:

Nursing, Medicine, Midwifery, Allied Health Professionals, Ambulance Service, Operating Department, Psychology, Health and Social Care

Start Date

January 2018

Service Priority

Leadership, Service Improvement and Innovation

Duration

7 Days

Level

7

Credits

40

Cost

£1620

Course Description

This module provides the opportunity for practitioners to complete a substantial project and to examine and evaluate its impact or likely impact on care provision and the patient experience.  This module offers student further opportunity to develop:
• Engagement of staff, service users & carers and other agencies and disciplines to inform service review and development
• Resourcefulness and creativity in problem-solving and solution finding
• Ways to motivate staff and promote resilience
• Expertise in facilitating transformation & leading change
• Evaluation of the impact of service transformation on patient safety and the quality of the patient experience
• Ability to communicate the case for change and to disseminate good practice

Is this course for me?

5th in a suite of core modules for the MA Leading Innovation for Clinical Practitioners programme.

What will I learn?

By the end of the module, students will demonstrate:
*proficiency in drawing out the views and contributions of others to inform service review and improvement.
*Evidence-based planning to support service/organisational goals and strategy.
*Critical appraisal of risk and benefits when managing/developing services.
*Proficiency in finding, appraising and applying evidence to inform service delivery, planning, review and evaluation
*Effective contribution to quality assurance and improvement processes including clinical audit.
*Effective and efficient management of available and planned resources.
*Resourcefulness in finding effective and creative solutions to problems.
*Critically analyse risks/benefits to ensure and enhance patient safety.
*Identify and exploit opportunities to develop and improve services.
*Effective facilitation of change process to improve and transform care delivery and enhance the patient experience
*Effective decision making.
*Proficiency in contributing to service review and evaluation.

How will I learn?

Face to Face

Study Dates

17 January 2018

21 February

14 March

18 April

16 May

Independent Study

13 June

Presentation

11 July

* Please be advised that course dates and timings may change

 

Course Director

Jackie Phipps  Jacqueline.Phipps@uea.ac.uk

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