Health and Social Care: Administration and Management BSc (Hons)

London South Bank University Department of Education
En London (Inglaterra)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • London (Inglaterra)
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Gain skills required by the health and social care industry such as report writing, presentations, creating publications and managing change. Study full-time or part-time.

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London
103 Borough Road, SE1 0AA, London, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Management
IT
Health and Social Care
IT Management

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Modules

Methods of assessment for course overall: 100% coursework

Year 1
  • Academic and personal development
    You'll be introduced to a higher level of writing, thinking and general university expectations. It is intended to prepare and support you to make a smooth transition to Higher Education success and progression to year two.
  • Context of health and social care provision
    You'll learn the elements involved in a person's journey when engaging with health and social care utilization. It will involve reviewing each step in the process and the agencies involved.
  • Communication
    You'll develop communication and interpersonal skills to build on your understanding of service delivery and explore a variety of communication methods.
  • Change management
    This module aims to facilitate an understanding of the processes of change within health and social care.
  • Ethics and law
    This module is designed to ensure you develop an understanding of professional, ethical and legal responsibilities.
  • Inter-professional working in practice
    This module links to a period of work experience where you'll be enabled to identify, through role shadowing, a focus for enquiry related to the communication networks which surround roles within the health or social care organisations or other health or social care related business.
Year 2
  • Managing people
    You'll be introduced to the complexity of managing people and the fundamental concepts of human resource management.
  • Managing risk
    The objective of this module is to ensure you learn how to identify risk, carry out a risk assessment and put in place measures to mitigate the risk. Risk will be analysed from a patient/client safety perspective and service development and delivery within a finite budget. Continuity and contingency planning will also be included.
  • Social enterprise and the voluntary sector
    Social enterprises are becoming more central to the provision of health and social care related services. This module will prepare you for the many different structures of social enterprises and the voluntary sector and their role in the provision of services.
  • Governance of health and social care
    Governance is central to high quality, accountable provision. This module will enable you to understand in a practical way the concept of governance and how the core principles and duties can be applied at an individual and corporate level.
  • Living with health and social care
    This module aims to enhance your awareness of the demands placed on the service and the service user.
Year 3
  • Evidence based practice for health and social care
    You'll explore the nature and role of evidence in informing policy, strategic development and service improvement.
  • Commissioning and procurement
    You'll be introduced to the concepts of procurement, commissioning and managing resources.
  • Preparation for employment
    This module will support you in firming up employment prospects; job seeking, application processing and interview skills.
  • Leadership
    You'll understand how your leadership behaviour affect the culture and climate in which you'll work both personally,with peers and within teams in health and social care.
  • Project
    You'll explore selected themes from the course within a work experience context. You'll critique an aspect of service delivery, develop a change proposal or construct a business case. This module links to a period of work experience.