PTY-40064 - Leadership and Management for Healthcare Professionals
Coordinator: Anirban Banerjee Tel: +44 1782 7 34254
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Level: Level 7
Credits: 15
Study Hours: 150
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Programme/Approved Electives for 2024/25


Available as a Free Standing Elective






Barred Combinations


Description for 2024/25

The aims of this module are to:-
Introduce students to key concepts related to leadership and management and their application in health care settings.
Enable students to demonstrate effective leadership and management skills in a clinical environment.

Intended Learning Outcomes

critically evaluate differences between leadership and management, and the challenges associated with each role: 1,2
analyse and explore a range of leadership and management styles and evaluate their impact on workforce dynamics: 1,2
demonstrate and justify effective leadership and management skills in working environments: 1
synthesise and apply key concepts related to planning, innovation and creativity from given scenarios: 2
analyse and evaluate approaches commonly used in conflict management: 1
analyse and present data related to heath care economics: 2

Study hours

40 Active Learning hours which includes:
~15 hours of lectures,
~13 hours of workshops/ seminars/ tutorials,
~2 hours of assessment preparation classes, and
~10 hours of directed self-study.
110 hours of independent study, including
~80 hours of self-directed study, and
~30 hours of assessment preparation, including a group report

School Rules


Description of Module Assessment

1: Reflective Analysis weighted 40%
1500 word Reflection
Students will be required to submit a referenced critical reflection drawing on an experience during a clinical placement where effective leadership and management skills were required.

2: Group Report weighted 60%
2500 word report
Business report: Students in their group (3-5 students in a group) will discuss and analyse the impact of leadership and management on workforces in the health care sector