Transformative Practice (NURS 422.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
NURS 422 N02 January 2018 Michelle Verwey
NURS 422 N22 January 2018 Helen Vandenberg
 
NURS 422 N01 September 2017 Susan Bazylewski
NURS 422 N21 September 2017 Marcia Scott
NURS 422 N41 September 2017 June Anonson
NURS 422 N61 September 2017 Michelle Verwey
NURS 422 N71 September 2017 Marcia Scott
 
NURS 422 N02 January 2017 Petrina McGrath
NURS 422 N22 January 2017 Deanna Bickford
 
NURS 422 N01 September 2016 Sonia Udod
NURS 422 N21 September 2016 Geraldine Lasiuk
NURS 422 N41 September 2016 June Anonson
NURS 422 N61 September 2016 Sonia Udod
NURS 422 N71 September 2016 Geraldine Lasiuk
 
NURS 422 N02 January 2016
NURS 422 N22 January 2016

Description

Introduces the contemporary stage of knowledge by examining theories, research, issues, and competencies in leadership and management. Provides students with a framework for addressing ethical issues and ethical decision making to critically analyze a range of issues facing leader's in health care settings. Emphasis is placed on analyzing current and future issues affecting health care leadership and applying the role of nurse leader and manager to that context. Issues are explored with a particular emphasis on strategies to enhance nursing influence in the health care setting.

Restriction(s)

Restricted to students in the College of Nursing who are registered in the B.S.N. program or the Post-Degree B.S.N. Option.

Prerequisite(s)

NURS 306, NURS 308, NURS 321, NURS 322, NURS 331, NURS 333

Note

Students with credit for NEPS 400 will not receive credit for this course.

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