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May be subject to capping
Project Management for Health Professionals provides students with the foundational knowledge required to appreciate and implement practical approaches to project management in health sciences. Students will extend their skills in the utilisation of research evidence to refine and deepen their understanding of the processes involved in project management. This unit has a focus on developing the strategies necessary to initiate, plan, implement, evaluate, finalise and disseminate the results of a health sciences project.
|Unit name||Project Management for Health Professionals|
|College/School||College of Health and Medicine
School of Nursing
|Coordinator||Mrs Judi Tapp|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
|Location||Study period||Attendance options||Available to|
- International students
- Domestic students
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- Demonstrate how project management responds to and implements change in health care.
- Develop a project plan based on evidence of best practice in response to an identified issue.
- Propose evaluation strategies that assess impact and outcome of a project.
- Implement various communication strategies relevant to promoting teamwork and project management.
- Discuss potential ethical implications of project work.
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|Assessment||Project Group Agreement (5%)|Project Plan - Progress Brief (35%)|Project Final Report and Presentation (Group). (60%)|
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Dwyer, J, Liang, Z, & Thiessen, V, A 2019, Project Management in Health and Community Services, Allen & Unwin, Sydney (3rd ed).
Burke, R 2018, Fundamentals of Project Management (2nd Ed), Burke Publishing.
Harris J, Roussel, L, Walters, S & Dearman, C, & Thomas, P, 2018, Project Planning and Management: A guide for Nurses and Interprofessional Teams (3rd Ed), Jones & Bartlett, USA
Project Management Institute 2018, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK Guide (6th ed), Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.
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