Subject:

Scientific view of management and quality in healthcare

Module:

Health Care Sciences

Holder of subject:

Dr Walter Sermeus, Professor
Dr Brigita Skela Savič, Associate Professor
Dr Andrej Robida, Associate Professor

Education providers:

  • Dr Walter Sermeus, Professor
  • Dr Brigita Skela Savič, Associate Professor
  • Dr Andrej Robida, Associate Professor

Contact hours - lectures:

20

Contact hours - seminar:

30

Contact hours - exercises:

 

Individual student work:

75

ECTS:

5

Level of study:

Third cycle study program Health Care Sciences

Semester:

Summer

Language:

Slovene/English

Subject specific competences:

 

The student:

  • Preparing on actual society problems and issues in area of healthcare management, quality and safety in healthcare and responsibility of healthcare management in relation to healthcare organisation, system and society,
  • Understanding fundamental guidelines for advance level of knowledge in healthcare management, quality and safety,
  • Application of knowledge of importance for development scientific approach in healthcare management. 

Mandatory  and recommended references:

 

 

 

 

 

Mandatory references:

  • Walshe, K. & Smith, J., 2006. Healthcare Management. Open University Press.
  • Institute of Medicine, 2000. To Err is human: building a safer Health System. National Academies Press. 
  • Vincent, C., 2010. Patient Safety. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Reason, J., 2008. The human contribution: unsafe acts, accidents and heroic recoveries. 
  • Glouberman, S. & Mintzberg, H., 2001. Managing the care of health and the cure of disease, part I: four worlds. Health Care Manage Rev., 26(1), pp. 56-69.
  • Glouberman, S. & Mintzberg, H., 2001. Managing the care of health and the cure of disease--Part II: Integration. Health Care Manage Rev., 26(1), pp. 70-84.
  • Aktualni članki in gradiva po navodilih VSU 

Conditions for the inclusion in the study:

There is not conditions.

Assessment methods:

  • oral presentation of seminar work - 50%
  • written examination - 50%

Teaching methods:

Lectures, seminars, work with texts, work in groups, presentation in front of group.