Delivery and Design
The MSc in Quality and Safety in Healthcare Management programme is designed to facilitate staff working in the health service. The MSc is a part-time programme delivered using a combination of classroom contact days supported by online learning and tutorials. The Postgraduate Diploma requires completion of six learning modules each requiring three contact days.
The MSc Degree requires the completion of a dissertation in addition to the six learning modules undertaken in the Postgraduate Diploma and requires six contact days. Most participants complete the Postgraduate Diploma in just over one academic year and the MSc Degree in two academic years.
Given the time constraints on participants, the programmes are flexible and can be completed over a five-year period.
Provisional Timetable for Academic Year 2016/2017 - MSc in Quality & Safety in Healthcare Management
|Orientation Day||28th -29th Aug 2017||RCSI St Stephens Green|
|Module 1: Introduction to Quality & Safety in Healthcare||4th – 6th Sept 2017||Institute of Leadership|
|Module 2: Tools and Frameworks for Quality||16th – 18th Oct 2017||Institute of Leadership|
|Module 3: Evaluation, Measurement & Research|| |
27th – 29th Nov 2017
|Institute of Leadership|
Module 4: Leadership & Strategic Management
|8th – 10th Jan 2018||Institute of Leadership|
Module 5: Accreditation & Standards
|19th – 21st Feb 2018||Institute of Leadership|
|Module 6: Clinical Governance||16th – 18th Apr 2018||Institute of Leadership|
|Exam Day||May 2018||RCSI St Stephens Green|
|Semesters 3 & 4||Date||Location|
|Action Learning Sets||2018/19||Institute of Leadership|