Clinical Leadership, Management and Advancing Practice (ADV779)

Key features

This module will develop students' knowledge and skills in Advanced Clinical Practice, exploring theories of Clinical Leadership and Management. It will encourage students to critically assess their own clinical leadership and management needs, as well as those of their team, helping to build capacity and capability and foster a culture of continuous improvement.
This module has been designed to align with the Leadership and Management pillar of the Health Education England Multidisciplinary framework for Advanced Clinical Practice

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Module code

ADV779

Credits

20

FHEQ Level

7 – masters degree

Location

Distance learning approach: live (synchronous) online delivery of taught content allowing engagement with the module content and interactive discussion.

Module details

This module will equip students with advanced theoretical knowledge in Clinical Leadership, Management and Advancing Practice.
Units of study include:
  • Advancing Practice in Context.
  • Introduction to Leadership and Management.
  • Leadership in Practice.
  • Management and Business in Healthcare.
  • Decision making, problem-solving and conflict resolution.
  • Leading and Managing change.
  • Multi-professional team working.
Assessment
The assessment for this module is 100% coursework.
Learning outcomes
  • Critically evaluate the four pillars of advanced clinical practice and the opportunities and demands of working as an autonomous practitioner in the context of advanced practice.
  • Demonstrate a critical understanding of leadership and management strategies and their application to the multi-professional clinical environment.
  • Critically evaluate current leadership concepts and their application to service change, the delivery of person-centred care and facilitation of high-quality care.
  • Critically reflect on team leadership, resilience and determination, managing situations that are complex or unpredictable.
  • Critically examine and reflect on own identity as a leader and recognise leadership capabilities and personal development needs. 
  • Critically evaluate the legal, ethical, professional and organisational policies, procedures and codes of conduct that underpin care delivery and their relevance to leadership and management.

Admissions information 

Additional information and documentation required for the application process.
  • application forms 
  • change of name forms
  • pre-course information
  • downloadable guides 
  • student card.

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Module dates

Dates: 1 February, 2 February and 8, 9 February 2023
Duration: one academic term
End date: 10 May 2023
Occasionally delivery dates might be subject to change – always check with the module lead or Professional Development Unit.
Please be aware that all modules run to minimum numbers.
In the event that there are low numbers, this module may be rescheduled to an alternative date. 
Some modules are also subject to maximum numbers.

Fees

£1,100

Entry requirements

  • Registered practitioner working in an area of practice that will facilitate the successful completion of module learning outcomes. 
  • Be in possession of previous study at degree level. 
  • Due to the blended learning delivery model of this module, it is an expectation that applicants will have access to wi-fi and relevant electronic devices that allow them to engage fully with all aspects of module delivery, teaching, learning and assessment. 
  • Individuals without a degree, may be eligible to apply providing they have appropriate practice related experience relevant to the module. This will be evaluated on an individual basis.
  • In some cases, an interview may be required to assess individual ability to meet the requirements of this module. 

MSc Advanced Clinical Practice in Ophthalmology

This module can be studied as a standalone 20 credit option or as part of the full MSc Advanced Clinical Practice in Ophthalmology.
An innovative and flexible MSc programme supporting the postgraduate development of registered ophthalmic professionals to an advanced level of practice in Clinical Ophthalmology.
Full programme details can be found on our MSc Advanced Clinical Practice in Ophthalmology page. 

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Prospective student enquiries:
Current student enquiries:
Professional Development Unit, Level 4 Rolle Building, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA, United Kingdom.
Monday – Thursday 8:30–17:00 and Friday 8:30–16:30.