NURS 3723 - Leadership Roles
(Formerly: NURS 4314 - Nursing Management for the Registered Nurse - 4(4-0))
Prerequisite(s): Currently no prerequisites.
(Former Prerequisite: Admission to the RN to BSN program or RN to MSN program.)
Co-requisite(s): NURS 3721 .
This course emphasizes leadership and management theories in communications and conflicts resolution, budgeting, human resource management, quality improvement, risk management, change, delegation, decision making, and management ethics. Clinical experiences focus on management of issues and interactive observation of leaders and managers in a variety of settings.
(Formerly: Emphasis is on the management of nursing care and the management of personnel in health care settings expanding upon the expertise of the registered nurse. Theories of management, leadership, economics, and change are explored including the varying patterns of health care delivery and strategies for implementation. Case management as a nursing role in a managed care environment and strategies for implementation of the role are explored including the assessment of quality within an organization.)
Effective Term: Fall 2015 - Change of Course Number, Title, Prerequisite, and Description
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