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Management Case Study Guidelines for Oral Presentation

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The following suggestions are made to assist Candidates preparing to present their Management Case at the Oral Presentations of Case Studies. As the skills involved in giving the Management Case presentation are integral to passing the Oral Examination, Candidates will be required to obtain a satisfactory rating for their Management Case presentation in order to be eligible for the Oral Examination.


Presentation Criteria

The presentation should include:

In the Oral Presentation it will be mandatory for the Candidate to provide an outline of the study undertaken and the core competencies required and tested during the project.

The presentation should demonstrate that the Candidate has developed further knowledge and practical skills in the subject area. It should describe a health service management activity and analyses it in terms of relevant management literature and practice. Any lessons for health service management practice should be identified.

It is acceptable to refer to readings or other materials/events that may have impacted on your experience. You must ensure that you do not identify specific staff that may have been involved in the issues described.

Each presentation will be for 15 minutes with an additional 5 minutes for questions.


Feedback and Assessment Criteria

The Candidate will present to a group of peers and the Jurisdictional Co-ordinator and a Censor. Assessment of the presentation will include:


Administrative Process

Abstract Form:

Feedback/Assessment

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