MSc in Quality and Patient Safety Improvement
This new postgraduate programme has been co-designed by academic and clinical experts and aims to promote the application of scientific principles and theory in day to day practise.
It is designed for those planning or developing their career in the health and social care sector (public, private and voluntary) including clinical staff, professional managers and commissioners but is also suitable for those interested in education and teaching in this field and associated research, innovation and scholarship.
Applications are welcomed from UK and international students. Click here to find out more or to apply.
The programme can be studied to the level of PGCert (60 credits), PGDip (120 credits) or MSc (180 credits). Listen to our programme leads describing the core modules:
Course overview - Bryn Baxendale
Course overview - Judith Tanner
Fundamentals of quality and improvement science
Measurement and analysis of improvement
Applied human factors in healthcare
Organisational aspects of risk, safety and quality
Leading and implementing change
Patient and public involvement in quality and safety improvement
Improving individual and team performance
Systematic reviews, quantitative and qualitative research methods
Research and improvement project methodology
Improving systems, processes and culture
Is this programme suitable for me?
The programme can be undertaken full-time over one year or part-time over a maximum of four years. The modules have been designed to appeal to course applicants from different professions and organisational roles.
Each module offers a blend of classroom-based teaching and access to a comprehensive suite of on-line learning resources designed by an award winning e-learning group.
Allied health professionals
Healthcare managers and commissioners
Who delivers the programme?
The MSc is an interdisciplinary collaboration between Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and University of Nottingham:
- School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham
- Centre for Health Innovation, Leadership and Learning (CHILL, Nottingham University Business School)
- Human Factors Research Group (HFRG), Faculty of Engineering, University of Nottingham
- Trent Simulation and Clinical Skills Centre, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Click here to find out more or to apply.