NSG LDRSHP MGMT Practicum

Course Description

This 8 week practicum course focuses on organizational and systems leadership, quality improvement, and safety within a variety of health care settings. Emphasis is on the development of imaginative, innovative and creative strategies to promote a systems change. Grading is S/U only.

Learning Outcomes

  • Examine strategies focused on improving health care in today’s healthcare environment.
  • Determine how critical and ethical issues affect health care in a variety of health care settings.
  • Apply strategies that may be used to effectively improve an organization’s culture.
  • Apply concepts of quality and safety using structure, processes, and outcomes measures to identify clinical questions and describe the process of changing current practice.

Requirements

This 8 week course requires 90 hours of mentor/faculty guided practice experience that may include activities that support health and/or provide care.

Prerequisites

Corequisite

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Sarah H. and Caryl F.
Class of 2019, Military Servicemember and Class of 2019, respectively