This Clinical Leadership PGCert is for experienced healthcare professionals. You will develop personal, professional and strategic leadership knowledge and skills. You will have access to inter-professional debate, the latest leadership theory and a variety of evidence based tools and techniques.
This course offers a unique learning opportunity to healthcare professionals from all clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. The course will increase your knowledge by sharing experiences of leadership dilemmas and challenges. Teaching is facilitated by leadership experts from a variety of healthcare backgrounds.
Claire Maxwell is the Degree Programme Director (DPD) for this course. She is a Nationally Accredited Clinical Leadership Development Facilitator with links to Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
You will reflect on your own leadership performance and experience through self-evaluation and 360 degree assessment. Diagnostic psychometric tools include: -MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator) -Healthcare Leadership Model 360 Degree Assessment -Hays ESCI-U (Emotional and Social Competency Inventory) -i-resilience
You will also have the opportunity to access team diagnostic tools including: -ATPI (Aston Team Performance Inventory) -Team Reflexivity Questionnaire -Do OD (NHS Organisational Development)
You should have successfully completed the final year of: an honours degree in a healthcare profession or relevant discipline; or an international equivalent AND You must also work, or have worked, in the healthcare profession or related field. Students who do not meet the above academic criteria but are working in the healthcare profession or allied field may be considered on an individual basis at the Degree Programme Director’s discretion.
05 May 2017
Recipient: Newcastle University
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