Creating the Conditions for Integrated Care is a core module in the MSc Leading People-Centred Integrated Care programme.
This module will provide students with the opportunity to explore the conditions for people-centred integrated care supported through the critical exploration of the key concepts and contexts from a global perspective. This will be further developed through critical analysis of policy, governance and the contemporary discourse around theories, approaches, and perspectives to create the conditions for people-centred integrated care.
Using supported cross-sectoral and interprofessional learning, students will explore individual and corporate cultures, values and behaviours that are required to create the conditions for people centred integrated care and support.
On successful completion of this module the student will be able to:
Critically examine the constructs and contexts of people-centred integrated care from a UK and global perspective
Critically analyse the contemporary discourse around the theories, policies, approaches and perspectives of people-centred integrated care
Explore corporate and individual cultures, values and behaviours in relation to people-centred integrated care from a global and cross sectoral perspective
Course Delivery and Assessment
This module will be delivered online. Students will be given access to our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) where they will be able to access learning materials. Students will also have access to the VLE for a short while after the course ends to consolidate any learning.
Delegates are required to complete assessments at the end of the module to demonstrate their knowledge. Further information about the assessment methods and deadlines will be given to students soon after teaching begins.
This is a Masters Level (SCQF Level 11) module and upon successful completion of the module, students will be awarded 20 credits.
Funding is available for this course via the UWS Upskilling Fund. The Upskilling Fund is delivered by the Scottish Funding Council and aims to address skills gaps in Scotland. To be eligible for funding, students must either reside in Scotland or work for an organisation with a business address in Scotland. If you are successful in obtaining funding a registration fee of £50 will apply only (the full module fee is £930) and you will be provided with a discount code to use at check-out upon application.
To find out more about this course, or to enquire about the funding available, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.