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   NUR 216 - Leadership & Nursing Management

2.0 Credits
Acquisition of the theoretical basis of the leadership and management role in a variety of health care settings for the purpose of providing evidence-based patient care that is developmentally and culturally appropriate.  Emphasizes the nurse’s role as leader while providing care to individuals and groups of patients with exploration of the five roles of the
nurse including provider, manager, teacher, member of the profession, and advocate as implemented in today’s health care environment. Focuses on the critical thinking and problem solving related to planning, organizing, directing, and controlling resources for safe patient-centered care.  Synthesis of theories, principles, concepts and processes relating to continuous quality improvement to produce quality patient outcomes of individuals and their support persons across the lifespan. Application of teaching/learning principles used by the nurse manager in the health care setting.
LEC 30 Contact hours



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