Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Master of Healthcare Leadership is designed for students working in a health science discipline, like nursing, allied health or mental health, to help them meet the challenges and grab the opportunities of leadership in multidisciplinary and complex healthcare delivery. Students will extend their current knowledge in evidence-based care, and learn how to effectively lead teams of health professionals in Australia's public and private healthcare systems.
12 units equivalent
- Clinical leadership
Standard entry requirements
- Bachelor degree in a health related discipline
- If applying for this course with a specialisation, 1 year work experience relevant to area of specialisation
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Career opportunities include leadership roles within primary health care, community outreach organisations, area health services, professional associations, hospitals, private practice, and local, state and federal policy making agencies.