Risk, Decision Making and Uncertainty Academic Credits
Term 3 - The module will run on the following dates in 2019: Tuesdays 7th May, 21st May, 4th June, all 09:30-16:00
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|Faculty||Faculty of Health Sciences|
Who is this module for?
Any health and social care professionals who wish to gain a greater appreciation of the concepts and application of risk decision making and uncertainty in contemporary environments.
What you will achieve
Successful completion of this module will lead to the achievement of 15 level 7 credits which can be utilised as part of your specific award pathway. You will be expected to provide a written reflexive account focusing upon a significant work place issue or event.
The module encourages you to explore the nature, reality and implications of decision making against competing theories, demonstrating reflexivity and critical argument. Legal, ethical, management and professional issues are considered together with, change theories.
3000 word assignment
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