To enable the student to critically analyse key factors underpinning empowerment and its role in the management of people, resources and performance.
In the past, we have had primarily nurses but currently have a physiotherapist undertaking the module.
Following the completion of the module students will have the knowledge in quality improvement and the associated skills that come with it. Students can also use their plans for improvement built for their assessments to implement in practice, following the correct procedures for Silver IQT accreditation.
|MODULE CODE||CAMPUS||DURATION||START DATE|
|AU3S056 (Level 6)||Glyntaff and online using a blended approach||6 Months||October 12th|
|AU4S036 (Level 7)||Glyntaff and online using a blended approach||6 Months||October 12th|
You will learn:
Upon completion, students will have the knowledge and understanding of the process of quality improvement and how this may be implemented in clinical practice. Students will also be able to develop their understanding around leadership and management skills supporting them in professional development.
You will be required to dedicate 200 hours to this module.
It may be useful to ensure students have completed the bronze IQT prior to commencing the module if possible. This will provide an introduction to quality improvement? This could be introduced prior to official start of the module.
Assessed at level 6 or 7 (depending on level of study).
You will be supported by the Module Leaders and Module team. You will also be aligned to an academic supervisor for the assessments linked to the module.