CHILL is committed to supporting the knowledge and skills of healthcare leaders and professionals. We are home to one of the first Executive Healthcare MBAs in the UK, and we have designed and delivered a large suite of specialist education and training programmes aimed at enhancing the knowledge and capability of service leaders.
The Executive Healthcare MBA
Our Executive Healthcare MBA (NUBS MBA programme accredited by AMBA) provides experienced middle and senior service leaders with world-leading learning education in business and management, including accounting and finance, marketing, strategy and leadership and people management.
Specialised Health Care modules led by members of CHILL brings these generic issues to bear on the contemporary challenge of health care leadership and change, especially in the areas of commissioning and economics, service redesign and ethics and governance.
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Through working in partnership with external partners, CHILL has developed bespoke teaching and learning in areas such as:
- Culture Change
- Strategic Leadership
- Mergers & Partnership
- Improvement Science
- Evaluation Methodologies
- Patient Safety Improvement
CHILL has also worked with the Haydn Green Institute to support the delivery of its Ingenuity Programme with healthcare partners. This has recently been delivered with Nottinghamshire Healthcare Foundation Trust leading to highly praised innovations in service delivery.
We are open to working with our partners to co-design new learning offerings that reflect the changing needs of service leaders.
New programme developments
CHILL is working with Schools across the University of Nottingham to develop innovative undergraduate and post-graduate modules. This includes contributing to the new MSc In Quality and Patient Safety Improvement led by the School of Health Science, teaching on Health System and Management led by the Masters in Public Health and delivering Organisation & Management teaching in the undergraduate programme of the School of Pharmacy.