Starting from the perspective that communities are the experts over their own lives, this module examines power structures that perpetuate powerlessness and as such promotes the use of participatory methods that advance empowerment processes. You will strengthen your communication skills, working to help people identify and express their health needs. Furthermore, you will learn how to apply this knowledge to inform community engagement with the aim of reducing health inequalities. New baseline data have been published for indicators 1.08i, 1.08ii, 1.09i, 1.09ii, 1.18, 2.07, 2.13i, 2.13ii, and 4.01.
All health services are expected to demonstrate continuous quality improvement and so staff must be cognizant and capable of managing the changes that drive improvement. You will therefore explore the impact of change from personal, professional and service perspectives to equip you for professional practice. The aim of this module is to enable you to build your knowledge of leadership and change … Read More