There have been innumerable debates about how one can bridge the space between leadership and management accesses that work in a healthcare setting. When one analyzes healthcare practices, there is an immediate requirement to look at the reasons for widening inequalities and unequal distribution of knowledge. Muhammad Saddiq, Deputy Director of M.Sc. International Health Management and Leadership (Distance Learning) and University Teacher in Health Systems and Management, School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield, speaks on exciting chances open to those applying to the course.
The University of Sheffield, particularly ScHARR, already offers courses like M.Sc. in Clinical Research, Master of Public Health (Management and Leadership) and so on. What is the intention of introducing a course in M.Sc. International Health Management and Leadership?
The concentration of this programme is on the management of healthcare systems around the world. The healthcare management context is changing — the increase of non-communicable diseases and long-term conditions, global financial instability, and the rising cost of healthcare are all aspects that clinicians have to address with, but their training does not cover this.
While the Clinical Research M.Sc. and Master of Public Health courses give students particular skills, the International Health Management and Leadership M.Sc. are different in that it covers management more broadly, but with particular interest in healthcare organizations.
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