The programme runs overs 46 weeks in 2 semesters of 23 weeks each. You must achieve 120 credits from 7 modules. You must successfully complete all 7 modules to graduate.
Research and analyse different service delivery approaches and models used in New Zealand’s healthcare sector.
Discuss risk prioritisation strategies and their implications for applying effective organisational health and safety practices in a healthcare setting.
Investigate and discuss the impact of organisational service performance and professional competency on quality health care service provision in a healthcare setting.
Work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary team to develop person-centred risk management plans for recipients of care with complex needs in a healthcare setting.
Apply clinical knowledge and skills, and carry out delegated care duties and clinical routine tasks in a healthcare setting.
Apply infection prevention measures and promote health and safety practices in a healthcare setting.
Apply effective communication skills and techniques to communicate complex information in a healthcare setting.