Principles of ongoing, culturally appropriate long-term condition management, including implementation of patient self-management approaches, integrated care, information technology, complexity approaches, population-based approaches, and change management processes.
The GENA 711 Long-term Condition Management (Advanced) paper builds on GENA 709 and looks more specifically at key areas of long-term condition management. These include a focus on quality improving and evaluation and use of technologies, as well as considering practical ways to work with patients and their families to support self-management.
|Paper title||Long-term Condition Management (Advanced)|
|Teaching period||Not offered in 2020|
|Domestic Tuition Fees (NZD)||$2,857.50|
|International Tuition Fees (NZD)||$10,363.00|
- (GENA 709 or GENX 709) or (NURS 427 or NURX 427)
- NURS 428, NURX 428, GENX 711
- Limited to
- PGCertGP, PGCertHealSc, PGCertPHC, PGDipGP, PGDipHealSc, PGDipPHC
- Includes residential period/s.
- Suitable for health professionals from a range of disciplines
- More information link
- View further information on Postgraduate Study in Primary Health Care
- Teaching staff
- Convenor: Eileen McKinlay
- Paper Structure
- Core paper for the Postgraduate
Certificate in Primary Health Care (PGCertPHC) endorsed in Long-term Conditions Management.
The paper has five modules covering:
- Evaluation and change
- Information technologies
- Self-management and self-management support
- Partnering with community
- Teaching Arrangements
- One compulsory residential conference in Wellington. Other teaching done via Blackboard and Otago Connect videoconferencing.
- All resources available either via Blackboard or other online resources.
- Graduate Attributes Emphasised
- Interdisciplinary perspective, Communication.
View more information about Otago's graduate attributes.
Please also refer to the Department of Primary Health Care & General Practice Graduate Profile.
- Learning Outcomes
- Students who successfully complete the paper will be able to:
- Describe the burden of long-term and chronic illness in New Zealand
- Describe effective management models for long-term or chronic illness
- Describe what it means to have a long-term condition
- Describe and eveluate delivery system design and teamwork