This Masters course is aimed at advanced practitioners, supervisors and managers working or volunteering in the field of Health and Social Care who have extensive experience in practice, and whose current role is to lead, support and challenge those working within the field.
This course aims to enable an in-depth knowledge and understanding of leadership practice in Health and Social Care, informed by current scholarly research and including a critical awareness of current issues and developments at the forefront of Health and Social Care.
The course will encourage you to work out your own ways of approaching situations and issues through an awareness of other perspectives and increased self-awareness. It is designed to improve your ability to address the issues involved in the successful implementation of practice and in securing better outcomes. You will be encouraged to develop a greater understanding of yourself and of the theoretical issues that examine the nature of leadership, thereby increasing your ability to manage complex issues in the future.
What you will study -
You will be encouraged to develop critical self-awareness, self-reflection and self-management skills, along with developing the ability to learn through reflection of practice and experience. You will develop a critical awareness of current issues and developments at the forefront of Health and Social Care, exploring the on-going nature of critical enquiry and how established techniques of research and analysis are used to create and interpret knowledge of leadership issues within the field of Health and Social Care.
A variety of assessments will be used, including presentation, observation, relationship building and research skills, ICT, critical thinking and analysis, all of which are designed to enhance your professional skills. We would expect students to make an early and significant contribution to improvement within their workplace.
How to apply -
Please send your applications to the following address: