Clinical leadership

Clinical leadership

Awarded by Kingston University

This area is for professional health and social care workers who wish to learn more about leadership and management techniques, linking theory to practice by combining academic teaching with work-based learning. You will explore theories of leadership and managing change to enable and carry out projects relevant to your workplace.


Post-registration course for continuing personal and professional development

Eligible to be completed on a stand-alone or continuous module-by-module basis within a five year period

Eligible for international students

Why choose us?

  • The Guardian University Guide 2015 ranks Kingston and St George’s as top in London for healthcare professions
  • You will learn to manage a team and complex work environments within the fast evolving healthcare industry
  • You will position yourself for career progression and promotion: a significant number of students receive a promotion after completing the programme
  • You gain formal recognition of your achievement while you work through the work-based learning component of the course
  • Presentations from top professors from allied universities and professionals from the health industry help you acquire knowledge of best practice
  • You receive excellent support including an assigned supervisor throughout the course
  • As well as expanding your skills in leadership and management, you will write and publish papers on subjects relevant to your work environment

Learning tools and facilities

You may also be interested in:


Clinical leadership news

Student Nursing Times Awards 2016n logo

Kingston University and St George’s achieve 14 shortlisted entries for Student Nursing Times Awards 2016

School of Nursing shortlisted for a record number of awards celebrating excellence in studies and commitment to the healthcare profession.

Student Nursing Times Award

Nursing staff and students win big at the Student Nursing Times Awards 2015

Kingston and St George’s won awards in three categories out of the 18 awarded at the Student Nursing Times Awards held on 7 May 2015.



Clinical leadership research