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Mar 24
09:00 - 17:00
Introduction to Interprofessional Working within an Organisational Context
Professional Development|CPD
One-day short CPD course in Medway

What impact do cultures, sub-cultures and frameworks related to leadership have on interprofessional collaborations within and across organisations?

Working collaboratively with others requires skill and is strongly influenced by the context in which the collaboration takes place and the intention of the participants. The aim of this CPD event is to provide an understanding of concepts and theoretical frameworks related to collaborative leadership within and across organisations and to identify key cultural issues that might enhance or inhibit collaboration. 

 Topics covered will include:

  • Considering the emergence and purpose of organisational culture

  • Identifying norms and values related to organisational culture

  • Considering how cultures form

  • Critiquing evolving theories of leadership and their impact on collaborations

  • Reviewing the role of the team within collaborative practice

 On completion of the event, you will be able to:

  • Critically appraise differing models, concepts and frameworks related to leadership and team working; specifically styles and approaches impacting on multidisciplinary working.
  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of the context, characteristics and culture of interprofessional and collaborative working and interaction, both within and across organisations.

Visit the event web page

This short CPD course can be booked online and paid for via the University's online store :  

https://store.kent.ac.uk/short-courses/faculty-of-social-sciences/centre-for-professional-practice

 


Location

Room M2-28,
Medway Building,
University of Kent,
Chatham Maritime,
Kent,
ME4 4AG
United Kingdom
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Details

Open to Public and university's staff and students ,

Fee: The fee for this CPD event is £60



Contact: Loreta Jarvis
E: l.jarvis-247@kent.ac.uk
T: 01634 888847
Centre for Professional Practice

 

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