Nursing Leadership in Complex Adaptive Health Systems
Four semester hours, three hours theory and one hour clinical (three clock hours/week clinical).
This is the foundational course for nursing management within spheres of influence (unit based or service-line-based authority and organization wide authority) where nursing administrators function. Students examine organizational theory, management theory and their applications to nursing administrative leadership issues. Evidence based management and promotion of a culture of safety is approached as a basis for health related organizational development. Conceptualization of practice, emotional intelligence, ethical leadership, collaborative decision making, organizational structure and analysis, human resource management, and strategic planning, are topics covered in this introductory course. Simulation will be used in the course. Prerequisites: NADM 5313 and NADM 5314.
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