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Evidence and Values in Clinical Leadership


Leader: Dr Veronica Wilkie

Duration: 4 days

4,000 word essay

CATS: 20


This module aims to equip participants with a critical understanding of the complex interrelationships between evidence and values in medical leadership. It will introduce the main basics of evidence based practice but applied to research appropriate to delivery of healthcare, to include aspects of social science research, business research and health economics.

It is designed not only to further the understanding of medical leadership, but to enhance skills for the project and/or dissertation, and future professional development in medical leadership


Before taking this module as part of the MSc in Medical Leadership, students should have successfully completed the following modules:

  • Leadership for Doctors
  • NHS Strategy, Policy and Organisation
  • Systems approach to patient safety
  • Clinical Systems Improvement
  • Comparative Health care systems
Next Course
  • Wed 27 Jun '18
    Critical Care: Special Incident Management (Day 4)
    September 2017 Onsite Project Submission deadline
    Wed 04 Jul '18
    Critical Care: Special Incident Management (Day 5)
    Mon 09 Jul '18
    09/07 - 13/07: Assessment in Clinical Education - Cohort A02
    Wed 11 Jul '18
    Critical Care: Special Incident Management (CBE day)
Other options
  • This module is currently offered as an optional module of the MSc Medical Leadership and is not available as a stand-alone option

Sue Peach

T: 02476 150453