Master's degree in Rehabilitation Science in Healthcare Professions


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Name of lecturer
Nadia Mansueti
Number of ECTS credits allocated
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LMSRPS - 1° ANNO 2° SEM. dal Apr 16, 2020 al Jun 27, 2020.

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Lesson timetable

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Learning outcomes

1.Identify the characteristics, objectives, functions and decision-making levels of the Department
2. Recognize the strengths and weakness of the Lean Healthcare (theories and principles of Lean Organization applied to health)
3. Define the characteristics of the care organization models
4. Knowing how to read the reference organizational context
5. Recognize the management action to make the magnetic workplace and the main working tools and integration
6. Acquire the logic required for the proper management of human resources (the professional development perspective and skills)
7. Identify the characteristics of the complex structure of the budget
8. Training in Healthcare Organizations Continuing Learning (Professional Development and Skills)


The departmental organization and organizational assistance models (reflections with respect to lean organization and budget systems)
Human resources management (the evaluation system, the reward system and the development of skills)
Argue on management actions to make the workplace magnetic
Work and integration tools.
The importance of training in health organizations

Reference books
Author Title Publisher Year ISBN Note
Calamandrei C. Manuale di management per le professioni sanitarie. (Edizione 4) McGraw-Hill Education 2015
A. Pennini Strumenti di management per i coordinatori delle professioni sanitarie McGraw-Hill 2013

Assessment methods and criteria

WRITTEN will examine the topics dealt with in the classroom by 4/6 open response questions. The questions will be structured with the aim of determining the degree of acquired knowledge and the application of managerial logic to specific cases / situations.

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