PG Cert Research Leadership
The programme aims to foster and develop future leaders in primary care research. Designed to explore different aspects of leadership, participants are encouraged to identify their own development needs and form peer learning groups. Participants have access to current leaders and experts in strategic leadership.
The Postgraduate Certificate in International Primary Care Research Leadership is normally completed in 28 months. It consists of three residential meetings in Oxford and three written assignments. The course is designed to be taken alongside work commitments and will explore different aspects of leadership with a focus on personal development, teamwork and peer support.
- Year 1 (July) Five day intensive residential meeting in Oxford at the start of the programme.
- Year 2 (September) Interim residential meeting in Oxford. Participants will spend two to three days in Oxford to further the work they are doing together, provide peer support for each other, meet other cohorts and follow up on the first meeting.
- Year 3 (September) Residential meeting in Oxford. Again this will be a joint meeting with previous cohorts. Participants will spend two to three days in Oxford with time for both joint and single cohort activities. Participants will present the results of their participation in the programme including what they have achieved over the two years and where this is leading.
- Participants will be expected to maintain contact with other members of their cohort throughout the programme as part of their peer learning set.
- On completion of the programme participants have the opportunity to continue meeting with other cohorts in Oxford on a yearly basis in September at their own cost.
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