Jun 21, 2024  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Bulletin 
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NUR 119 - Transition to Professional Leadership

Semester Hours: 3

This course will present basic organizational and systems leadership processes needed for a bachelor in science prepared generalist professional nurse to provide high-quality care and patient safety concepts to diverse individuals and populations in a variety of settings. A major framework used will be the integration of the curriculum course outcome competencies related to liberal arts, biological, medical, nursing, and improvement sciences with these organizational and systems leadership processes using a nursing process framework. The course also focuses on enhancing students’ ability to reflect on the ethical reasoning, advocacy for patients, and conflict resolution needed while participating in inter and intra professional healthcare teams. It will prepare them to have accountability for delivering, coordinating, and/or delegating safe high-quality care as well as self-care for themselves and providers. The course will provide complex patient care situations to illustrate the needed leadership competencies for successful role preparation on their pathway to licensure registered professional nurse and readiness for clinical practice. 

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Prerequisite: NUR 140, NUR 141, NUR 118, NUR 112 

Prerequisite: NUR 145 

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