• University of Glasgow

Doing Health Service Management Differently

Part 2 encourages sharing of ideas to stimulate innovation in the management of health services in a familiar environment.

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Doing Health Service Management Differently
  • Duration

    5 weeks
  • Weekly study

    10 hours

Part 2 encourages sharing of ideas to stimulate innovation in the management of health services in a familiar environment.

Who is the course for?

This course is designed for health and social care professionals who’d like to pursue or enhance their career in health service management at all levels, from large hospitals to community services.

As well as being led by one of the UK’s top three medical schools, the course includes contributions from senior NHS staff working in management and policy who understand how to motivate teams and transform services.

Although the focus will largely be on care practice in Scotland, international examples of good practice will be included to critically analyse alternative approaches to healthcare.

Who developed the course?

The University of Glasgow

Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world. It is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of leading UK research universities.

  • Established

    1451
  • Location

    Glasgow, Scotland, UK
  • World ranking

    Top 70Source: QS World University Rankings 2020

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