About the module
This online module will enable you to develop critical skills in implementation science so that you can lead change in key advanced and chronic care issues such as shared decision-making, advance care planning, and medication management.
You will have the opportunity to learn from experts in advanced and chronic care through lectures, small group work, and online activities.
You will be introduced to different approaches to implementing evidence in advanced and chronic care, and will learn how to critically apply implementation theories and frameworks.
Complementary threads of stakeholder engagement and evaluative research methods run through the module, enabling you to develop the skill-set of a well-rounded implementation scientist.
The content of this module is mapped to the Medical Research Council’s Complex Interventions Framework, so your learning will align with the priorities of service delivery and major research funders.
You can take the module on its own or as part of a postgraduate research degree at Hull York Medical School (MSc, MD, or PhD). Hospice staff can apply for a Wolfson Foundation bursary to cover module fees.