Advancing Knowledge 2023-24
School Of Medical And Health Sciences
Module - Semester 1 & 2
Sara Lisabeth Roberts
Key national and international policy contexts e.g. clinical and cost effectiveness; quality and safety in health and social care; patient and public involvement; health and social care integration; technology integration.
The nature of working within changing, interdisciplinary service contexts.
Conceptualisations of knowledge and knowledge generation as applied to health and social care.
Exploration of the credibility and impact of the application of knowledge in health and social care.
Theories and frameworks of learning within individual and organisational contexts.
Reflective practice and workplace staff supervision and support.
The impact of current and emerging ethical debates in health and social care (e.g. end of life care, mental capacity).
- Critique the changing concepts of knowledge generation and application of knowledge to the changing roles of the workforce and implementation of service improvements in health and social care
- Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of a range of approaches to learning and consider their application to individual and organisational working practices
- Demonstrate an understanding of a range of current and emerging ethical issues and the impact of these on staff who work in health and social care settings
- Develop an understanding of the impact of interdisciplinary working practices across service and organisational contexts
- Explore and analyse the impact of key national and international political, policy, and organisational drivers across different service and individual organisational contexts
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