Community as Partner (3 credits)
Investigate practice of community health nursing and public health nursing; models of community assessment, data analysis, formulation of a health community nursing diagnosis; and planning, implementation, and evaluation of a community health promotion program. The diverse roles, strategies and interventions that community and public health nurses utilize to promote population health are analyzed.
Resilient Nursing Leadership (4 credits)
Complexities of the current United States health care environment require nurse leaders to act with moral courage and inspire transdisciplinary teams toward systems transformation. As healers, resilient nurse leaders are responsible to foster a spirit of community, promote adaptability, focus on patient-centered decision making, and establish innovative practices that sustain high quality care. This course requires students to explore leadership philosophies, design strategies for continued professional growth, and accept greater accountability as a leader in advancing health care.
Contemporary Issues in Health Care Administration (3 credits)
The field of health care is rapidly changing. Effective administrators and managers must stay abreast of current issues to proactively assess and prepare for the impact to their particular field within the industry. This course discusses and evaluates evolving issues and provides a venue for debate and analysis of potential impact.
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