The Healthcare Redesign program MOOC (School of Medicine, University of Tasmania) is a free, six-week course designed to guide you through the principles of health service improvement, utilising healthcare redesign methodology. It will directly build on your experience, equipping you with the knowledge to tackle workplace issues. This course prepares you to lead the positive change you want to see in healthcare service delivery, and is aimed at health professionals in any health discipline.
This course will:
• Develop your expertise in planning, implementation, and evaluation of evidence-based health service improvements; and
• Develop your advanced problem solving and analytical skills to help diagnose service delivery issues and inefficiencies.
This is the perfect course for anyone motivated by positive change and improvement in healthcare. It will give you an understanding of how healthcare redesign can improve patient and consumer experience, health service performance, and health outcomes.
Certificates of completion are available digitally ($20) or can be sent as a printed version ($50).
To access the course, follow this link https://healthcareredesign.mooc.utas.edu.au/
Frequently Asked Questions
When can I enrol?
You can enrol at any time of the year.
How many hours does the course take to complete?
Approximately 18 hours in total.
How many hours should I spend on the MOOC each week?
If you complete the course over 6 weeks, we recommend you spend about 3 hours per week on the MOOC.
Can I do the course quicker than 6 weeks?
Yes. There is a quiz at the end of each module. Once you complete the quiz at the end of a module, you can progress to the next module.
How do I access a certificate of completion?
At the end of the course, you can choose if you want to purchase a digital or printed certificate.
How much do the certificates cost?
Digital copies are $20AUD and printed copies are $50AUD (GST included).
Will the MOOC count towards my Continuing Professional Development (CPD)?
Yes. Completion of the MOOC equates to the equivalent of 18 recommended CPD hours.