Leadership and Management in Professional Practice II
This module aims to develop leaders as managers who are strategic thinkers. An opportunity will be provided for students to consolidate the quality risk and fiscal responsibilities in complex interprofessional contexts
- Te Iho/Content:
-Legal ethical and organisational responsibilities in health care and social services practice
-Professional codes of conduct
-Perspectives of management
-Policy review and development
-The changing delivery social services and healthcare
-Political voice of healthcare and social practice
-Resource allocation and management
-Fiscal and social responsibility
-Interpersonal relationships and team development
-Future-proofing the health and social practice professional workforce
-Strategic planning or strategic forecasting
- 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 must 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.
- Learning Outcomes
- 1.Deliberate and advocate the professional, legal, ethical, and organisational responsibilities associated with interprofessional practice management and leadership.
2.Critique of interprofessional alliance models to facilitate integrated care.
3.Critique strategies in leading the alignment of organisational objectives cognisant of the local, national and international initiatives.
4.Utilise strategic thinking and planning to maximise the delivery of quality health care or social services practice.