91120 - Nursing and Midwifery Management

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Academic Year 2020/2021

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course the student must possess the knowledge and skills to understand the work processes of healthcare organizations, personnel management strategies, professional evaluation and accreditation systems in order to promote the integration of nursing teams in services. and midwives with other professionals to achieve safe, effective, efficient, relevant, culture-sensitive services, appropriately documented and provided by competent personnel.

Course contents

Elements of organization

Conceptual models and theories

Departmental organization analysis

Elements of knowledge of the health context: reorganization of hospitals - intermediate care

Characteristics and organizational models of a directorate of the health professions

The new organizational models in healthcare: hospital and territory

Readings/Bibliography

  1. Mintzberg Management mito e realtà, 1991 Garzanti Editore spa
  2. M. Jo Hatch, Teoria dell'organizzazione, 1999 Società Editrice il Mulino, Bologna
  3. G. Morgan, Images – Le metafore dell'organizzazione, 1994, Franco Angeli Milano
  4. A. Cicchetti, La progettazione organizzativa – Principi, strumenti e applicazioni nelle organizzazioni sanitarie, 2004 Franco Angeli Milano
  5. R. L. Daft, Organizzazione aziendale, 2007 APOGEO, Milano
  6. Vaccani R. La sanità incompiuta, La Nuova Italia scientifica, Roma 1991.

Teaching methods

frontal lessons

individual and group work

Assessment methods

written project

Teaching tools

IT supports

Office hours

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