Case Writing Presentation (20%, by 31 Mar)
Group project work to develop an insightful and instructional case study on a Healthcare Management-related theme, culminating in a group presentation. After the presentations, each group will rank other groups’ case study presentations. Marks will be awarded based on this ranking. Within each group, individual members will be awarded the group marks moderated by their peers.
Case Commentary (20%, by 14 Apr)
Group project work to write an insightful and instructional commentary of the case study developed by the group (above). The instructor will mark the essay based on the clarity of the discussion, the depth and educational value of the case study, and the quality of the writing. Within each group, individual members will be awarded the group marks moderated by their peers.
Discursive Essay (20%, by 24 Mar)
Discussion paper of up to 1500 words on a Healthcare Management-related theme. Papers will be assessed through a class essay critique exercise (see below) based on their choice of theme, insights identified, the clarity of discussions, and the soundness of recommendations.
Essay Critique (10%, in class on 07 Apr)
Classroom paper critique exercise where students will read a selection (number to be decided) of anonymized essays of their classmates, and rank the essays in order of overall quality. Students are awarded marks in this exercise based on the closeness of the match of their rankings with the overall rankings by the larger class across all essays.
Reflection Essay (20%, by 07 Apr)
Reflection paper of up to 1000 words on the student’s personal learning journey as a participant in Healthcare Management. Papers will be assessed based on their clarity, authenticity, insights, and personal growth. (Personal values, preferences and choices will be respected and will not contribute to the marks.)
Class Participation (10%)
Class participation, based on activity in class and online. Based on instructor’s assessment, on a curve with most students getting between 5 and 8 inclusive provided they do speak up in class and complete online questionnaires. Exceptionally, they may get below 5 if recalcitrantly reluctant to speak up in class, and above 8 if they are clearly above the rest.