Saturday, April 28, 2007

Health Care Management, Surrey University - EJM

Health Care Management

Open to all professional groups within the health sector, the MSc in Health Care Management provides an academically challenging and stimulating study of management within health care. The changes which have occurred in the National Health Service since the introduction of the reforms in 1991 require that most staff at all levels undertake managerial duties and responsibilities. This programme is designed to equip managers and clinicians for these tasks. It has been developed through close working between academic staff at the University and managers and clinicians in various health institutions in London and the south of England. Managers, doctors, nurses and other health care professionals are offered a tailored programme of study designed to enhance their ability to influence, manage and achieve work-based and personal objectives within a sound financial framework. Drawing on the stimulus of the School's recent research activities and our long-standing expertise in the service sector area, we provide an education that is both intellectually challenging and directly relevant to the field of health care management. The MSc in Health Care Management applies the School's expertise in the Service Sector to the field of health. There are extensive links with health care through the Institute of Health and Medical Sciences, the Robens Institute's Environmental Health Studies and the Health Economics Group within the Department of Economics.

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