The MSc Person-Centred Practice is a postgraduate programme which focuses on person-centredness in the contemporary practice of integrated health and social care. The Person-Centred Practice (PCP) Framework offers practitioners to develop their studies and to enhance their expertise of person-centred practice through a programme designed to meet their needs and those of the community.
This programme develops nursing professionals for the multi-professional and multi-faceted health and social care environment. The programme offers students a chance to personalise their learning to meet their situation. They can choose to specialise in one of the three disciplines: MSc PCP (Nursing Education); MSc PCP (Nursing Management) and MSc PCP (Community Care).
The MSc PCP (Nursing Management) programme develops in practitioners the expertise in leading and transforming professional nursing practice through a critical understanding of the contemporary strategic and management challenges faced by leaders in the organisation. This programme enables the practitioners to engage, examine and improve decision-making processes and practices as informed, evidence based leaders.
1. Theory and Practice of Person-centred Health and Social Care
2. Leading Professional Practice
3. Making Judgements and Decisions in Practice
4. Developing Professional Practice
5. Directing Strategy for Value Creation
6. Human Resource Management
7. Dissertation Project
Intake dates :
November - 3 February
March -11 May
June -3 August
September - 26 October
Local Part Time: $22,650