Advancing Quality Improvement in Health and Social Care
The programme is designed to develop and equip critical advocates and ambassadors for quality, safety and governance in health and social care and enables you to apply comprehensive knowledge, understanding, expertise and advanced skills to lead the evidence based enhancement of quality, safety and governance in health and social care settings. The programme is suitable for individuals from the public, independent and voluntary sectors, from any professional background, including clinical and support services. You study issues related to the transition to mastery and explore the context of safety, quality and governance in terms of policy, theory and experience, at a personal/local, national and international level. You also study different types and sources of evidence and use these to identify a quality, safety or governance issue of relevance to your role based on an in-depth study of the principles, practices and tools of safety and governance in health and social care.
Working in a health or social care setting or associated agencies. Applicants will normally have an Honours degree in a relevant subject or equivalent work-based experience. Applicants with other qualifications may be considered if they can provide evidence of the ability to study at Master�s level.
Modules include: The principles and practice of safety and governance in health and social care; using evidence to advance quality, safety and governance in health and social care.
A range of assessment modes are used throughout the programme. These include written assessments such as an essay on the nature and use of evidence and a business case for change. Other modes of assessment include the development and formatively assessed presentation of an environmental analysis and an oral presentation/defence.
|Qualification||Study mode||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Teesside University||Middlesbrough||TS1 3BA||North East|
School of Health and Social Care