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NUR 215 - Leadership and Role Transition IV

Semester Hours: 0.5
This course is the fourth of four seminars designed to provide the learner with a comprehensive foundation of the knowledge and skills needed to transition from registered nurse to advanced practice nurse. Seminars will increase in complexity as the student progresses through the program. The seminar series in Leadership and Role Transition will integrate the materials from courses offered concurrently in each semester. This course will promote recognition and respect for the contributions of interprofessional team members, and encourage advanced practice nurses to collaborate in the management of patients across the lifecycle. Elements of successful team leadership are incorporated.  The course implements an interprofessional learning model introducing administrators, physicians, advanced practice nurses, and registered nurses into the process of team-based learning. Continued focus will be on the scope of advanced practice nursing inclusive of legal and ethical foundations and beginning elements of mentorship. Learners will continue to explore major theoretical and conceptual models of health care leadership incorporating principles of quality improvement and the use of data for decision making.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
NUR 212 , 213 , 214 . For Graduate Nursing Majors only.  

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