Assess and critique complex health organisations and implementation strategies in relation to system-wide healthcare improvement
Compare examples of strategies used in different jurisdictions for mobilising new knowledge and research findings in healthcare, including those that impact on clinical practice and patient care
Investigate various key models, frameworks and governance structures utilised in knowledge mobilisation initiatives
Identify the key skills and capabilities required for implementation and knowledge mobilisation for healthcare improvement
Apply principles of knowledge mobilisation and implementation science to a complex healthcare improvement problem
Healthcare in the 21st Century is increasingly complex, challenging and unsustainable.
In this course for professionals working in healthcare delivery, you’ll increase your understanding of complex healthcare systems and of capabilities and skills to mobilise knowledge and build ‘agency’ across individual, organisational and system-levels for healthcare innovation.
Through this course, you’ll gain insight into the fields of implementation science, health care improvement and the learning health system, enabling your ability to implement innovation in healthcare.
Complexity in healthcare
Problems and challenges in global healthcare
Variation in healthcare
Complex adaptive systems vs. traditional systems
This course has been co-designed by the Monash-Warwick Alliance and Monash Partners especially for health professionals working in the area of healthcare management and administration.
This includes medical or general hospital administrators, clinicians, quality assurance managers, team leaders, senior nursing administrators, unit managers and a range of general task coordinators within the health care system.
The course team have designed this course through Monash Partners and the Monash-Warwick Alliance which is a partnership between Monash University and Warwick University in Coventry (UK).