University Masters Degree in Management and Coordination of Healthcare Professions (Level I – Branch of Vicenza)

Course not running

Duration
1 years
Controlling body
Comitato scientifico del Master Universitario in Management per funzioni di coordinamento delle professioni sanitarie (I livello - Sede di Vicenza)
Type
Short Master Programs (postgraduate)
Site
VICENZA
Macro area
Life and Health Sciences
Disciplinary area
Foreign Languages and Literatures

Learning outcomes

This Masters class intends to favour the acquisition of the following abilities: • understanding the various organisational contexts with particular reference to out-of-hospital settings, by way of identifying complex factors as well as basic elements of functionality in accordance with a variety of organisational theories; • developing the ability to plan, manage and assess the performance of various professional roles with the aim of improving the quality of interventions and satisfying the needs of the client; • preparing and applying management models according to the characteristics of “open organisations”; • using means and methods of research that take into account available evidence in the field of organising and managing healthcare and social services; • identifying, planning, assessing and improving the processes of healthcare intervention in a highly innovative context by way of multidisciplinary integration as well as the integration of in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings; • planning and managing the processes of assessment and improving the quality of execution with the aim of guaranteeing interventions that adopt the latest in scientific and technical know-how; • developing the capacity to respond to the needs of the client by programming options (in-hospital, out-of-hospital, home hospitalisation) that provide innovative solutions which allow for an efficient use of resources as well as guarantee quality healthcare assistance and the protection of the health of citizens; • managing a system for the development of human resources that promotes a spirit of wellbeing in the workplace by way of giving importance to individual attitudes and competencies, to a multidisciplinary approach, to interdisciplinary collaboration and to a shared sense of responsibility; • managing a training and educational system that also includes self-study programs, in support of change so as to identify and satisfy educational needs; • managing programs for the planning, realization and assessment of educational initiatives promoting health awareness in the community; • planning and checking systems of communication and information technology within specific fields of professional competence; • managing financial, structural and technological resources in collaboration with those in charge.






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