This topic addresses the strategic leadership roles, expectations and tasks of senior and developing managers in health and aged care.
Students undertake practical exercises, and participate in detailed analysis and discussion of strategic thinking, strategic planning, ethical leadership and strategic management, including marketing and implementation in health and aged care.
The topic also explores the principles of corporate governance and leading strategic transformational change processes.
When it's run
4 August & 13 October
Mode of delivery
Hybrid (face-to-face and online)
2 days, plus an online component
People interested in strategic management, strategic planning and corporate governance in the health and aged care industry. Clinicians, allied health professionals, educators and researchers, policy makers, finance, operational and industry managers working in the health and aged care sector.
Upon completion, you will be able to:
There is a required written assessment, and participation is expected by all.
This short course has been recognised and endorsed by Australasian College of Health Service Management (ACSHM) for 30 Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Points. You will also be awarded an official grade, which you may be able to use as a credit when applying for Flinders University Courses.
"Mark understands strategy and is very supportive towards student learning and understanding their needs."
"Mark’s teaching is always very clear, detailed and he checks on students regularly to ensure they have no issues."
“Mark explains every topic clearly, provides good feedback and gets everyone to participate in the learning activities."
This short course will be facilitated by Mark Brommeyer, MEdAdmin, GradDipEd, BAppSc, RN, FAIDH, FIML ,AFCHSM, MAICD, CHIA.
Mark has a long career as a health professional and international consultant and is a Senior Lecturer in Health Care Management. Mark is actively involved in current developments in health informatics in Australia and internationally and is Chair of the CHIA Board (Certified Health Informatician Australasia).
He has also delivered highly successful workshops on Digital Health, Health Informatics and Quality and Safety in Health Care in the Flinders-Nankai Master of Hosptial Administration program in China, Singapore and Australia. Mark will be assisted by guest speakers with relevant and current industry experience.
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