Long-Term Healthcare Study Abroad Opportunity in London/Dublin
|Date: Tuesday, July 1st, 2014||Return|
Challenge, Change & Innovate:
Thinking Outside the “Long-Term Healthcare” Box in London & Dublin
“Why?” and “Why Not?” are the two questions related to long-term healthcare practices at home and abroad that emerging leaders in this field will seek to answer during this class. With a focus on experiential learning through observation and critical thinking, we will explore services across the long-term care continuum.
Through visits to historical sites and interaction with professionals in long-term care leadership and management roles, students will gain a broader, more international perspective on leadership challenges, innovations and rewards in the changing field of long-term health care.
Prerequisite: students should have explored long-term care in the U.S. through course work or other personal and/or professional experiences. 3 credit hours, undergraduate.
Instructor: Prof. Melanie Eaton
Campus Representative: Dr. Susan Jones
Visit www.ccsa.cc or call 1-800-319-6015.
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