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NURS 435 - Nursing Leadership in the Health Care Delivery System

Explores theories and concepts of decision making, leadership, management and the change process in relationship to the application of the nursing process in various health care settings. Included is the connection of personal, professional, and organizational values and ethics to the identification of options and alternatives in leadership and management in the health care system. Health care policy is discussed and contemporary health care issues are critically evaluated as they relate to the health needs of the societal system and the practice of professional nursing. The clinical component provides an opportunity for students to experience (a) the role played by a nurse leader/manager and/or (b) engage in a leadership change project. Prerequisite: NURS 440, 455, and 410 (Basic); NURS 455 (RN-BSN) Concurrent: NURS 465, NURS 475 and 445 (Basic)

NURS 435 - Nursing Leadership in the Health Care Delivery System - Details

Prerequisite
NURS 429, NURS 440, NURS 455
Credits
3
Offered:
Spring
Online:
Yes