Swansea University

Postgraduate Primary Care Development - Posgrado en Desarrollo de Atención Primaria

Swansea University
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  • Imparte:
  • Modalidad:
    Presencial en Swansea
  • Precio:
    Información no disponible
  • Comienzo:
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  • Lugar:
    Singleton Park
    Swansea (Gales) SA2 8PP
    Reino Unido
  • Duración:
    1 Año
  • Idioma:
    El Master se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    Primary Care Development, PGCert


This degree programme is subject to approval.

The PGCert Primary Care Development course will provide those with management roles in primary care the opportunity to:

- undertake a bespoke programme of study

- enhance their communication and leadership skills

- develop management skills

- gain greater understanding of the key external and internal policy drivers

- explore the literature related to management, leadership and partnership working


The PGCert Primary Care Development course would interest those with management roles in GP practice who want to:

understand and develop their practice in a changing policy and practice context
develop their leadership and management knowledge and skills
develop their management and partnership working and knowledge
develop their reflective practice and critical thinking skills
develop skills to become GP practice managers if they currently are in assistant role

Applicants to the course will be those with management roles in a GP practice setting who:

Normally possess an undergraduate 2.2 degree or its equivalent and evidence of recent academic study

Candidates with non-standard entry requirements are warmly welcomed and may be admitted on the basis of relevant work experience or professional qualification with requisite approval. Two years relevant employment experience in local authorities, health, private and voluntary organisations and industry will be considered relevant.


The PGCert Primary Care Development course includes one taught module and one work-based learning module. The main themes explored across the programme include:

General Medical Service contract changes
Employment law changes including annual leave legal entitlements, employers versus employee rights, sick leave, bereavement leave, disciplinary action, managing poor performance, and capability assessments
Financial and pensions updates of NHS and Government
Team based working and team building
Population health needs assessments and public health
Practice and cluster/network development planning
Developing leadership within practice
Enhanced communication and influencing others
Work-based learning approaches
Developing a learning contract
Reflective practice and action learning
Approaches to critical thinking
Leadership and management theories
Theories of team and partnership working
Integrated health and social care settings
Primary care

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