HS3060 - Applied Health Leadership and Management in Developing Countries
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||School of Nursing, Midwifery & Nutrition (pre 2015)
This subject develops specific theoretical and practical leadership and management
skills required by healthcare industry staff in developing countries. The knowledge
gained will include information about: workforce management; resource management;
migration of staff out (brain drain) to developing countries; the role of partnerships
with developed countries; relationships with external consultants; applying for funding
from international aid agencies; and finally, how to undertake planning, writing and
implementation of a project.
- Synthesise the underlying principles and concepts of leadership and management practices
in relation to establishing results-focused organisation culture;
- Apply critical thinking in order to critique and apply a template for a business case
to be used to ask management to consider a workplace change;
- Analyse the core professional leadership and management obligations that are essential
for the management of organisational resources, including workforce resources;
- Demonstrate the ability to explain the concept of diversity and its influence on health
service delivery; and;
- Demonstrate an awareness of how corporate management systems support health service
organisations to provide quality safe care and services.
||ADMISSION TO BACHELOR OF BUSINESS (HEALTH MANAGEMENT MAJOR);9 CREDIT POINTS OF ANY
Study Period 2
|Census Date 28-Aug-2014
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||Dr Murray Prideaux, Dr Kristin Wicking, Professor Lee Stewart, Dr Janelle Rose.
- 26 hours lectures
- 26 hours tutorials
||presentations (10%); assignments (40%); business case study (40%); reflective learning journal (10%).
Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process,
and in case
of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest