Leadership and Management in Professional Practice I
This module prepares students to critically analyse leadership and management practices in the context of a dynamic and culturally diverse interprofessional care environment. Students will be able to develop leadership opportunities and examine management skills and concepts in the context of their own practice environments
- Learning Outcomes
- 1.Critically analyse leadership and management principles and practices within rapidly changing health and social service environments.
2.Critically reflect upon and develop own leadership and management practice to ensure approaches used improve service delivery.
3.Deliberate the legal and ethical accountabilities and obligations to the Treaty of Waitangi embedded in interprofessional leadership and management.
4.Synthesise the theoretical and philosophical principles of team development.
5.Initiate and plan change that will deliver quality improvements.
- Te Iho/Content:
-Principles and practices of interprofessional leadership and management
-Human resource management
-Models of care provision
- Teaching and Learning Strategy
- Te Tu Whakaako/Teaching Learning Methods:
Teaching and learning methods in this web-enabled module will involve theoretical and online sessions including tutorials, workshops, group activities, discussion, independent learning, and assignments.
- Assessment Criteria
- Criteria to Pass this Module:
Students need to achieve 50 overall.
- Learning and Teaching Resource
- Specific Teaching and Learning Resources:
Students will be expected to research and read widely within their particular practice field. . In addition, students will be expected to engage with texts and other sources of evidence based information that inform knowledge and skill development in practice.