Leading Advanced Practice
This module is for suitable for any senior practitioner of healthcare who would like to advance their leadership portfolio.
This module underpins the fundamentals of leadership for advanced clinical practice. It provides an introduction to the principles and theories of leadership and management in the context of advanced practice and wider organisational factors facilitating enhanced critical analysis, evaluation and synthesis of the role of the leader and the identification of a potential innovation in the workplace. Creative and strategic thinking will aim to enhance service user experience and organisational development. Knowledge and skills development will be underpinned with the leadership of education within teams and organisations
The learning outcomes of the module are practice-based and your practice setting and experience will be utilised for learning and assessment purposes. This ensures applicability to your individual development needs via a module that is deeply rooted in practice. The module consists of:
- Around 50 hours of teaching
- A further 75 hours of guided independent study.
You will be encouraged to critically explore the context of your role as a change agent and to examine if your ways of doing things are yielding success.
You will be invited to contribute to this debate through discussions based upon personal/professional work situations, the analysis of present challenges and opportunities and to critically evaluate the relevance of change theory and project management models to enhance your professional and clinical experience.
Above all you will be encouraged to critically explore the context of your role as a change agent and to examine if your ways of doing things are yielding success.
Above all you will be encouraged to think critically to reach the correct decision-making strategy. Together we will run questions aloud and answer your own questions through an examination of models, frameworks and strategies. You’ll understand what good change management, leadership theory and how it is built and enacted to stimulate innovation and growth via necessary management and strategic leadership actions.
We look forward to working with you.
Deborah Miarkowska, Senior Lecturer, Leadership & Service Improvement.
Applicants would normally possess an undergraduate degree in the last five years. Ideally have previously studied at Level 7.
The Formative Assessment – outline
The formative assessment will include: An oral presentation to peers and tutors with peer formative assessment and written feedback. Students will present an area of change leadership relevant to the module content and their advanced clinical practice role. The student will consider their approach to the leadership of this change along with the change process and team working required for organisational change.
Your Summative assignment includes:
A 3000-word written assignment which is a 100% per cent weighting to critically evaluate an area of change leadership relevant to the module and their advanced clinical practice role. The student will consider the approach to leadership of this change along with the change process and team working required for organisational change.
Deborah Miarkowska email@example.com
2023-24 Semester 1 Falmer, Brighton Campus (Dates subject to change)
- November 28, 29
- December 6, 13
If you are choosing this module as part of a postgraduate or community course, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for specific information on the fee for this module
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Please contact SHS-CPE-Admissions@brighton.ac.uk for further information about the module