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NADM 5318

Capstone Seminar

Three semester hours, theory only.

Three semester hours theory. This course focuses on exploration of theory through participation, research, and observation of organizational functioning and nursing leadership. Students co‐design practicum objectives for placement with a nursing administrator preceptor in a clinical setting with a specific focus on meeting AONE competencies and ANA standard in the roles of Entrepreneur, Educator, and Organizational planner/implementer.  In each of the three seminar and practica foci emphasis begins with organizational and departmental structure and includes responsibility for a program or project agreed upon by the student, preceptor, and faculty. This course includes twelve seminars and symposia that may be held in the clinical or classroom setting for the remaining weeks in the semester. Students explore options for collaborative health projects to complete in the practicum that follows to enhance nursing engagement and leadership in the global community. Prerequisite: NADM 5417 and co-requisite NADM 5319.


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