City University London e-Learning

By | 11th May 2017

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City University London e-Learning

This module explores and analyses key concepts and theoretical frameworks underpinning effective leadership in healthcare. It facilitates the development of leadership skills and characteristics necessary for transformational leadership as a means of maximising the patient experience and providing best practice in service delivery in a healthcare context. You will explore leadership at three levels: individual leadership, leading teams and organisational leadership.

The overall aim of this module is to help you to develop the knowledge, skills and awareness that enable professionals and managers to transform their practice through reflective leadership and in so doing achieve world-class standards of performance

This is a Nursing Studies top-up degree programme module. If you wish to complete a top-up degree, please apply directly on the Nursing Studies programme webpage. If you would still like to complete this module as a CPPD student but would like to complete a top-up degree at a later date, please note that you will only be able to transfer a maximum of 30 credits which have been awarded within 5 years prior to the start date of the programme (top-up degree). For any further information regarding top-up degrees please contact Kim Sanghera (Kim.Sanghera.1@city.ac.uk)

City University London e-Learning, Eligibility

Entry requirements for BSc Health Sciences (online) programme:

  • 120 Level 4 credit points and 120 Level 5 credit points in healthcare-related subjects

Entry requirements for study as a stand-alone module:

  • Current registration with a professional and regulatory body (healthcare)

English Requirements

For those students whose first language is not English one of the following qualifications is also required:

  • IELTS: 7.0

Please note that due to changes in the UKVI‘s list of SELTs we are no longer able to accept TOEFL as evidence of English language for students who require a CAS as of April 2014.