Effective public health policy is an increasingly important means of developing a more holistic approach to healthcare, and MBA Public Health Management will equip managers with the tools to analyse, direct and develop activities designed to improve the public health environment of their region.
This course will help you reflect on your professional practice and support others to do the same. Among the reflective techniques we will explore will be creative art, drama and solos.
This module will provide a theoretical, methodological and practical foundation for the typical tasks a researcher would have to undertake. This includes: sources and the nature of evidence; research theories and approaches; design options; methodologies; project planning; fieldwork preparation; and data analysis.
The module will enhance the ability of health care providers to recognise, assess and manage the health care needs of adults and children presenting with respiratory conditions.
The module will advance the ability of health care providers to recognise, assess and manage the health care needs of adults and children presenting with complex respiratory conditions.
Many health professionals have a break in their career for a period of time, for a range of reasons such as parental leave, extended travel, through illness or taking on caring responsibilities. This programme supports nurses who wish to return to professional practice after such a break.
The aim of this module is to enable you to develop the skills and knowledge to be able to advise managers about the complex risks of health and safety in the workplace.