University Masters Degree in Sanitary Professions Coordinators (Level 1)

Course partially running (all years except the first)


The 1st level Master for Sanitary Profession Coordinators aims at helping acquire the organisational and management skills required for professional figures in the health field, who hold or will hold coordination positions in the welfare-health service. The training project wants to supply specific know-how for coordinating the ability to: - Analyse the users' needs, the problems with the health service and apply the organisational theories to understand the operations and complexity of the various health department organisations. - Develop skills in planning, managing and assessing the performance of the various professional figures, to improve the quality of their work and satisfy the users' needs. - Acquire skills in sanitary personnel management, with the aim of giving value to individual attitudes and skills, promoting a culture of interdisciplinary integration, with active involvement and responsibility for the results; - Promote quality work, to ensure the service is adequate to the technical-scientific development and for user satisfaction. - Promote a personal and human approach in the assistance, ensuring users receive adequate information and the rights of the individual and the family are protected; - Manage material and technological resources in cooperation with the Organisational Unit Manager, in line with Company Directives relative to the organisational and management targets. NOTICE: The Entrance Announcement will be available from November 2006 and the lessons will begin in January 2007.

Course details

2 years
Supervisory body
Comitato scientifico del Master Universitario di I livello per Coordinatori delle Professioni Sanitarie
Short Master Programs (postgraduate)
Macro area
Life and Health Sciences
Subject area
Medicine and Surgery

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