Clinical Medicine and Service Provision A
This course uses blended learning strategies to survey key clinical developments, service delivery concerns, departmental interface issues, financial and potential future clinical and service developments across a range of clinical departments. The focus of this course will be on the more acute clinical service areas of the hospital.
Learning will be scaffolded by the use of mini modules, which will build upon the candidate's existing clinical knowledge and aims to ensure that candidates gain a deeper understanding of particular problems encountered by specialists dealing with the interfaces of patient care
Faculty of Health and Medicine
School of Medicine and Public Health
Semester 2 - 2016
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Developed a broader understanding of current clinical speciality concerns in each of 12 differenct clinical speciality areas
- Carried out background reading of a sample of relevant guidelines, policies or research literature in each area
- Viewed an interview with a prominent clinician in each of the 12 speciality areas
- Discussed these areas individually and collaboratively online with their peers and in the work place with the aid of directed questions or disucssion statements
- Used a structured approach to the deeper analysis of two or more particular clinical speciality areas
- Produced a report reviewing a clinical specialty area, including a SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) analysis, identifying current challenges, and consideration of areas/ideas/possibilities for future development
- Maintained a personal journal of local meetings and learning activities
- Reviewed and commented on broad topics and national and international perspectives on health systems and clinical leadership
- Attended and actively participated in the Residential Weekend with fellow candidates
There are 12 mini modules per semester, each focusing on a different clinical departmental context. The structure of each will be similar and will include:
Background reading for candidates of a small number of relevant review articles, outlining recent developments and concerns in the specialty area
A defined list of relevant experiential learning activities to be undertaken by the candidate, either within their hospital setting or during the residential workshop
Face-to-face learning and group discussion supported by an expert clinician for each specialty area, facilitated by synchronous remote delivery and one residential workshop.
Teaching and Learning will involve use of online library sources, Blackboard online learning environment and teleconferencing software.
There will be a two-day residential workshop for this course during the University examination period, allowing face-to-face contact with expert clinicians, structured group activities relevant to the content of selected mini modules with scaffolded simulation learning opportunities.
- This course is only available to students enrolled in the Master of Clinical Medicine (Leadership and Management) program.
- Participation: Workshop Participation
- Written Assignment: Written Assignment Blogs /Reflective Journal
- Report: Research project report
- Individual Supervision: for 1 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
- Online Activity: for 3 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
- Self-Directed Learning: for 6 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
2016 Course Timetables for CLAM6003