Ethics and values in healthcare, organisational behaviour change and strategy in health 771
Faculty of Health Sciences
The delivery of healthcare services require high ethical values and standards to promote quality of life which improve patient outcomes. The innovative and creative leader in the health sector will be provided with skills in dealing with organisational behaviour patterns which influence behaviour change and policy strategy. The module will focus on the difficulties in changing workplace behaviour and mechanisms of how to sustain change strategies which are workable and enabling.
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