Faculty of health, psychology and social care department of continuing professional development and postgraduate studies




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UNIT TITLE

Human Resource Management in the Emergency Department
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BRIEF SUMMARY

The overall aim of this management unit is to ensure that clinicians with a management role in the emergency department have a good understanding of human resource management issues faced on a day-to-day basis.
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UNIT CODE NUMBER



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HOME PROGRAMME

MSc Emergency Medicine.
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HOME DEPARTMENT

Continuing Professional Development and Postgraduate Studies
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SUBJECT AREA

Continuing professional development in the field of health and related areas of practice.
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UNIT LEADER(S)

Author: Kevin Mackway-Jones

Unit Leader: Rosemary Morton
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CREDIT VALUE
20
CREDITS AT LEVEL:
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TOTAL AMOUNT OF STUDENT LEARNING (NOTIONAL HOURS OF LEARNING)
200 hours with:

  • 12 hours taught

  • 36 hours directed study

  • 152 hours independent study
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UNIT STATUS

Mandatory Core for PgCert Emergency Management and Elective
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PRE-REQUISITES

None
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CO-REQUISITES

None
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UNIT LEARNING OUTCOMES

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to have attained or demonstrated:


  1. a systematic understanding of current and emerging people management issues in the emergency care setting;

  2. a systematic awareness of strategies of employment, deployment and development of the emergency department team;

  3. a comprehensive understanding of human resource management techniques applicable to their own and wider health and social care settings;

  4. the ability to prepare effectively the documents used in the recruitment of personnel;

  5. a critical awareness of policies relating to employment in their area.
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CURRICULUM OUTLINE

This unit covers all aspects of human resource management in the emergency department by following the life-cycle of an appointee. This starts with person specification, job description and advertising, covers short-listing and interviewing and then works through induction, rotating, teaching and support. Equality and diversity, disciplinary processes and contracts are also covered.
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LEARNING & TEACHING ACTIVITIES

The programme is based on socio-constructivist pedagogy. Learning will take place through discussion, reflection and collaboration between students and tutors. Educational materials have been designed to allow students to identify and develop their own learning needs and are presented in a scaffolding framework that builds towards the assessment strategies.
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ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES

A 4,500 word assignment including job description and person specification and induction and training programme for a new role in the emergency department.
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ASSESSMENT CRITERIA FOR UNIT/ELEMENTS OF ASSESSMENT

This assignment requires students to set out a person specification and job description taking into account policies relating to employment in this area (LO5). They must provide an induction and training programmes for one new role in the emergency department (LO4).

Students are required to provide a systematic understanding of current and emerging people management issues in the emergency care setting (LO 1) and a systematic awareness of strategies of employment, deployment and development of the emergency department team (LO 2). Students should provide a comprehensive understanding of Human resource management techniques applicable to their own and wider health and social care settings (LO 3).

A critical awareness of policies relating to employment in their area.


In addition, M level grading criteria apply.
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INDICATIVE STUDENT LEARNING RESOURCES

Medical Manager: A Practical Guide for Clinicians BMJ Books. Oxford 2003


Stredwick J (2005) Introduction to Human Resource Management. Butterworth-Heinemann


Journals

Health Service Journal

Human Resource Management Journal


Websites

Workforce online www.workforceonline.com

NHS Employers - http://www.nhsemployers.org/



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ANY ADDITIONAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Key Words: Emergency Department, Human Resource Management, Recruitment, Appointment, Induction, Training


This unit has been mapped against section A37 of the College of Emergency Medicine Curriculum for Specialist Training in Emergency Medicine.


Minimum Numbers of students: 6
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DATE OF APPROVAL
10 April 2008
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