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Our minimum requirement is a 2:1 degree and either a clinical background or healthcare experience.
Months of entry
This new course is designed to equip students from a wide range of professional practice backgrounds with the tools and techniques to instigate and lead innovation in healthcare systems, services and spaces.
In doing so, we’ll provide you with a greater understanding of the UK health system and the systemic challenges it faces to remain sustainable.
You’ll also gain an understanding of behavioural economics and how to apply that to design projects in order to maximise impact. This includes understanding the role of physical products and the environment in shaping people’s behavior.
Some of the skills covered by the course include the ability to:
- develop a business case and business model for an innovation, considering market and financial analysis
- apply different theoretical models of innovation, explaining why some innovations succeed and others fail
- rapidly research, manufacture and prototype a solution to a healthcare challenge
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- part time24 months
- Distance learningis available for this qualification
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