Doctors need to do more than just heal, they also need to effectively lead and manage teams. In the modern health environment a proportion of them must lead and manage our complex health service.
This course aims to educate doctors in the principles of leadership and management and is suitable for doctors at all stages of their careers.
The managerial-medical divide remains in the directorate structures of the majority of healthcare institutions. Unlocking the power of the professional bureaucracy, innovation and reduced waste, harm and variation will both make the organisation sustainable now and create a clinical road map for the future-hence the business case for quality.
The Department of Computer Science, within the Faculty of Science and Engineering, offers a rigorous approach to Computer Science, building on the foundation of degree-level study and increasing the depth and breadth of topics that are key to 21st century computing.
Each module is framed by both vocational reference (by inviting guest lectures from major organisations) and practical research.
We believe it is crucial that postgraduate students have the skills to research, plan, develop and instigate Computer Science projects as well as the technical skills to understand the complexities of key areas such as those listed below.