Teaching

  • PML700 Leadership in practice

    This module provides an introduction to the programme and to leadership and management concepts and theories, situated within a healthcare, educational or research based organisational context. It also introduces students to the approaches and evidence base of leadership and management literature and organisational analysis. Consideration of contemporary leadership and management issues in clinical leadership enables students to gain appreciation of the wider aspects of public service, health systems, health professions education and organisational responses.

  • PML701 Understanding Organisations, Systems and Services

    This module aims to develop students¿ awareness of the wider context of health professions and clinical leadership through an exploration of health and public service systems, government policy and strategy agendas and the role of professional and statutory bodies. It helps students to understand the external influences on organisations including impact from stakeholder groups. It also introduces the role of systems thinking, innovation and complex adaptive leadership in stimulating change, decision making and to models of implementation in practice.

  • PML702 Developing Yourself as a Leader and Managing Performance

    This module focuses on analysing, identifying and developing personal qualities and strategies relating to leadership. Through engagement in a range of activities aimed at developing self-awareness and insight, reflection, group skills and communication skills, students will be able to determine a personal development plan relating to continuing development in clinical leadership and management. Furthermore, it aims to develop and consolidate understanding of theories and concepts relating to leading and managing change and managing the performance of groups, teams and individuals. Students will engage in activities which explore the impact of culture, conflict management, change theories, motivation, organisational and individual support structures and processes and the need for effective financial management.

  • PML703 The 'Learning' Organisation, Groups and Teams

    This module focuses on the nature, structure and role of the organisation, exploring how organisations function and how leaders can influence change and development. Taking the idea of the `learning organisation¿, the module considers the roles and functions of different groups and individuals in achieving organisational goals and how structures, systems and processes can be designed to motivate employees and stimulate organisational growth. Issues relating to recruiting, developing and retaining people are explored as are the importance of value led leadership and how ethical leadership might be maintained in the face of rapid change and economic uncertainty.

  • PML704 Developing Leadership, Innovation and Change

    This module enables students to explore the nature of system, organisational and personal change. It looks at how innovations are developed and implemented and how healthcare organisations consider, develop and evaluate evidence from a range of sources. Students explore systems theory and the role of disruptive technologies in stimulating change and reflect on their own capacity and resilience to cope with change. Additionally, it aims to develop students¿ familiarity and understanding of research methods used in healthcare leadership and management research. The module also develops students¿ awareness of critical appraisal techniques and the various sources of evidence used in leadership/management research and development. It also considers how the findings of research are translated into practice and inform innovation.

  • PML713 Leadership in practice

  • PML714 Understanding Organisations, Systems and Services

  • PML715 Developing Yourself as a Leader and Managing Performance

  • PMLM10 Leadership in practice

    This module provides an introduction to the programme and to leadership and management concepts and theories, situated within a healthcare, educational or research based organisational context. It also introduces students to the approaches and evidence base of leadership and management literature and organisational analysis. Consideration of contemporary leadership and management issues in clinical leadership enables students to gain appreciation of the wider aspects of public service, health systems, health professions education and organisational responses.

  • PMLM11 Understanding Organisations, Systems and Services

    This module aims to develop students¿ awareness of the wider context of health professions and clinical leadership through an exploration of health and public service systems, government policy and strategy agendas and the role of professional and statutory bodies. It helps students to understand the external influences on organisations including impact from stakeholder groups. It also introduces the role of systems thinking, innovation and complex adaptive leadership in stimulating change, decision making and to models of implementation in practice.

  • PMLM12 Developing Yourself as a Leader and Managing Performance.

    This module focuses on analysing, identifying and developing personal qualities and strategies relating to leadership. Through engagement in a range of activities aimed at developing self-awareness and insight, reflection, group skills and communication skills, students will be able to determine a personal development plan relating to continuing development in clinical leadership and management. Furthermore, it aims to develop and consolidate understanding of theories and concepts relating to leading and managing change and managing the performance of groups, teams and individuals. Students will engage in activities which explore the impact of culture, conflict management, change theories, motivation, organisational and individual support structures and processes and the need for effective financial management.

  • PMLM13 The 'Learning' Organisation, Groups and Teams

    This module focuses on the nature, structure and role of the organisation, exploring how organisations function and how leaders can influence change and development. Taking the idea of the `learning organisation¿, the module considers the roles and functions of different groups and individuals in achieving organisational goals and how structures, systems and processes can be designed to motivate employees and stimulate organisational growth. Issues relating to recruiting, developing and retaining people are explored as are the importance of value led leadership and how ethical leadership might be maintained in the face of rapid change and economic uncertainty.

  • PMLM14 Developing Leadership, Innovation and Change

    This module enables students to explore the nature of system, organisational and personal change. It looks at how innovations are developed and implemented and how healthcare organisations consider, develop and evaluate evidence from a range of sources. Students explore systems theory and the role of disruptive technologies in stimulating change and reflect on their own capacity and resilience to cope with change. Additionally, it aims to develop students¿ familiarity and understanding of research methods used in healthcare leadership and management research. The module also develops students¿ awareness of critical appraisal techniques and the various sources of evidence used in leadership/management research and development. It also considers how the findings of research are translated into practice and inform innovation.

  • PMLM15 Leadership Portfolio

    This module will allow students to review, appraise and evaluate the application of the knowledge gained throughout the programme within their own professional work environment by providing a portfolio of evidence that is supported by a reflective commentary.

  • PMLM16 Leadership in Practice

    This module provides an introduction to the programme and to leadership and management concepts and theories, situated within a healthcare, educational or research based organisational context. It also introduces students to the approaches and evidence base of leadership and management literature and organisational analysis. Consideration of contemporary leadership and management issues in clinical leadership enables students to gain appreciation of the wider aspects of public service, health systems, health professions education and organisational responses.

  • PMLM17 Understanding Organisations, Systems and Services

    This module aims to develop students¿ awareness of the wider context of health professions and clinical leadership through an exploration of health and public service systems, government policy and strategy agendas and the role of professional and statutory bodies. It helps students to understand the external influences on organisations including impact from stakeholder groups. It also introduces the role of systems thinking, innovation and complex adaptive leadership in stimulating change, decision making and to models of implementation in practice.

  • PMLM18 Developing Yourself as a Leader and Managing Performance

    This module focuses on analysing, identifying and developing personal qualities and strategies relating to leadership. Through engagement in a range of activities aimed at developing self-awareness and insight, reflection, group skills and communication skills, students will be able to determine a personal development plan relating to continuing development in clinical leadership and management. Furthermore, it aims to develop and consolidate understanding of theories and concepts relating to leading and managing change and managing the performance of groups, teams and individuals. Students will engage in activities which explore the impact of culture, conflict management, change theories, motivation, organisational and individual support structures and processes and the need for effective financial management.

  • PMLM19 The 'Learning' Organisation, Groups and Teams

    This module focuses on the nature, structure and role of the organisation, exploring how organisations function and how leaders can influence change and development. Taking the idea of the `learning organisation¿, the module considers the roles and functions of different groups and individuals in achieving organisational goals and how structures, systems and processes can be designed to motivate employees and stimulate organisational growth. Issues relating to recruiting, developing and retaining people are explored as are the importance of value led leadership and how ethical leadership might be maintained in the face of rapid change and economic uncertainty.

  • PMLM20 Developing Leadership, Innovation and Change

    This module enables students to explore the nature of system, organisational and personal change. It looks at how innovations are developed and implemented and how healthcare organisations consider, develop and evaluate evidence from a range of sources. Students explore systems theory and the role of disruptive technologies in stimulating change and reflect on their own capacity and resilience to cope with change. Additionally, it aims to develop students¿ familiarity and understanding of research methods used in healthcare leadership and management research. The module also develops students¿ awareness of critical appraisal techniques and the various sources of evidence used in leadership/management research and development. It also considers how the findings of research are translated into practice and inform innovation.

  • PMZM01 Leadership in Practice

    This module provides an introduction to the programme and to leadership and management concepts and theories, situated within a healthcare, educational or research based organisational context. It also introduces students to the approaches and evidence base of leadership and management literature and organisational analysis. Consideration of contemporary leadership and management issues in clinical leadership enables students to gain appreciation of the wider aspects of public service, health systems, health professions education and organisational responses.

  • PMZM02 Understanding Organisations, Systems and Services

    This module aims to develop students¿ awareness of the wider context of health professions and clinical leadership through an exploration of health and public service systems, government policy and strategy agendas and the role of professional and statutory bodies. It helps students to understand the external influences on organisations including impact from stakeholder groups. It also introduces the role of systems thinking, innovation and complex adaptive leadership in stimulating change, decision making and to models of implementation in practice.

  • PMZM03 Developing yourself as a leader and managing performance

    This module focuses on analysing, identifying and developing personal qualities and strategies relating to leadership. Through engagement in a range of activities aimed at developing self-awareness and insight, reflection, group skills and communication skills, students will be able to determine a personal development plan relating to continuing development in clinical leadership and management. Furthermore, it aims to develop and consolidate understanding of theories and concepts relating to leading and managing change and managing the performance of groups, teams and individuals. Students will engage in activities which explore the impact of culture, conflict management, change theories, motivation, organisational and individual support structures and processes and the need for effective financial management.

  • PMZM04 The Learning Organisation, Teams and Groups

    This module focuses on the nature, structure and role of the organisation, exploring how organisations function and how leaders can influence change and development. Taking the idea of the `learning organisation¿, the module considers the roles and functions of different groups and individuals in achieving organisational goals and how structures, systems and processes can be designed to motivate employees and stimulate organisational growth. Issues relating to recruiting, developing and retaining people are explored as are the importance of value led leadership and how ethical leadership might be maintained in the face of rapid change and economic uncertainty.

  • PMZM06 Developing Leadership, Innovation and Change

    This module enables students to explore the nature of system, organisational and personal change. It looks at how innovations are developed and implemented and how healthcare organisations consider, develop and evaluate evidence from a range of sources. Students explore systems theory and the role of disruptive technologies in stimulating change and reflect on their own capacity and resilience to cope with change. Additionally, it aims to develop students¿ familiarity and understanding of research methods used in healthcare leadership and management research. The module also develops students¿ awareness of critical appraisal techniques and the various sources of evidence used in leadership/management research and development. It also considers how the findings of research are translated into practice and inform innovation.

  • PMZM11 Research leadership and project management

    This module explores the concepts, principles and applications of various approaches to research leadership and project management. This module focuses on analysing, identifying and developing personal qualities and strategies relating to research leadership. Through engagement in a range of activities aimed at developing self-awareness and insight, reflection, group skills and communication skills, students will be able to determine a personal development plan relating to continuing development in research leadership and project management.