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Student Learning Outcomes, At the end of this course the student will be able to. 1 Synthesize concepts of leadership management change and communication in relation to the role of the. professional nurse nurse leader and nurse manager, 2 Analyze the nurse manager s role in relation to cost and budgeting factors. 3 Utilize knowledge of leadership management theory in examining organizational effectiveness and. nursing practice, 4 Understand and apply theory related to computer human interfaces ethics confidentiality and privacy. caring ergonomics and nursing informatics to nursing practice. 5 Analyze economic social and demographic factors that influence the organization and management of. rural health care organizations, 6 Apply leadership concepts skills and decision making in the provision of high quality nursing care. healthcare team coordination and the oversight and accountability for care delivery in a variety of. 7 Apply concepts of quality and safety using structure process and outcome measures to identify clinical. questions and describe the process of changing current practice. 8 Employ principles of quality improvement healthcare policy and cost effectiveness to assist in the. development of plans to improve practice and promote quality of healthcare delivery. 9 Compare and contrast the mission vision and values of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing. NCSBN and the Texas Board of Nursing BON, 10 Explain in detail the NCLEX RN test plan components.
Clinical Objectives, At the end of this course the student will be able to. 1 Demonstrate the ability to manage the care of a group of patients. 2 Demonstrate clinical judgment and accountability for patient outcomes when delegating to and. supervising other members of the healthcare team as charge nurse and or team leader. 3 Incorporate principles of leadership theory in the delegation of nursing care to members of nursing team. 4 Demonstrate appropriate teambuilding and collaborative strategies when working with interprofessional. 5 Incorporate effective communication techniques including negotiation and conflict resolution to. produce positive professional working relationships. 6 Identify leadership behaviors of the professional nursing staff that promote optimal team outcomes. 7 Apply research in nursing leadership and management in the coordination of patient care. 8 Assess the staffing pattern for the specific unit assigned for the clinical experience. 9 Assume accountability for personal and professional behaviors. 10 Provide appropriate patient teaching that reflects developmental stage age culture spirituality patient. preferences and health literacy considerations to foster patient engagement in care. 11 Implement evidence based nursing interventions as appropriate for managing the acute and chronic care. of patients and promoting health across the lifespan. 12 Monitor client outcomes to evaluate the effectiveness of psychobiological interventions. 13 Create a safe care environment that results in high quality patient outcomes. 14 Demonstrate professional standards of moral ethical and legal conduct. 15 Demonstrate professionalism including attention to appearance demeanor respect for self and others. and attention to professional boundaries with patients and families as well as among caregivers. COURSE REQUIREMENTS, Instructional Methods Activities Assessments. This is a blended course without lecture requiring students to complete online activities and independent study. to be successful Course objectives may be met through individual study using suggested resources active. involvement in classroom activities formal and informal exchange of ideas with classmates and colleagues. regarding specific topics as well as utilizing critical thinking skills Teaching methods include seminar. discussion small group work independent study of texts and library resources computer assisted instruction. audio visual aids return demonstration clinical assignments and supervision post clinical conferences and. check off of appropriate skills and the assignments listed While the professor will provide guidance and. consultation the student is responsible for identification of learning needs self direction seeking consultation. and demonstration of course objectives, Grades will be determined as follows. QSEN Evaluation 25, Group Change Presentation 25, NCLEX Study Plan 15. The American Nurse Evaluation 10, Rural Nursing Paper 10.
Disaster Drill Leadership Paper 10, Leadership Discussion Board 5. HESI Exit Examination Cr NC, Medication Calculation Quiz Cr NC. Clinical PASS FAIL, To be eligible to take the HESI Exit Examination you must have satisfactorily completed all senior level HESI. Subject Examinations Pediatrics Psych Mental Health and Med Surg The HESI Exit Examination must be. passed with a score of 950 or greater If you do not achieve this score you will have to undergo remediation and. retesting as indicated in the Student Guide, Medication Calculation If a student did not receive 100 on the medication calculation questions on the final. exam of the Adult 2 course they will be on remediation during the Leadership course Students will have to. complete a medication calculation quiz in the final semester at 100 to complete remediation and receive. The clinical component is PASS FAIL and must be passed in order to pass the course To receive a passing grade in. clinical you must achieve at least 75 on the clinical assignments and receive a satisfactory clinical evaluation. Grading Scale, F Below 60, A minimum grade of 75 is required to pass the course.
TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS, This course will be enhanced using eCollege the Learning Management System used by Texas A M. University Commerce To login to the course go to http leo tamuc edu login aspx. You will need your CWID and password to log in to the course If you do not know your CWID or have. forgotten your password contact Technology Services at 903 468 6000 or helpdesk tamuc edu. The following hardware and software are necessary to use eCollege. Internet access connection high speed recommended not dial up. Word Processor MS Word or Word Perfect, Our campus is optimized to work in a Microsoft Windows environment This means our courses work best if. you are using a Windows operating system XP Vista 7 or 8 and a recent version of Microsoft Internet. Explorer 6 0 7 0 8 0 or 9 0, Your courses will also work with Macintosh OS X or better along with a recent version of Safari 5 1 is now. available Along with Internet Explorer and Safari eCollege also supports the Firefox browser 3 0 on both. Windows and Mac operating systems, It is strongly recommended that you perform a Browser Test prior to the start of your course To launch a. browser test login to eCollege click on the myCourses tab and then select the Browser Test link under. Support Services, COMMUNICATION AND SUPPORT, Interaction with Instructor Statement.
It is expected that you will check your eCollege course and email at least DAILY for communication from the. instructor, Communication between faculty and students is significant and taken seriously Preferred communication. methods are individualized office hours email or via office phone If a phone call is not answered please leave. a message and send an e mail using the direct e mail link on the course home page You will be treated with. collegial respect and you are expected to communicate likewise in a professional manner. http www albion com netiquette corerules html, COURSE AND UNIVERSITY PROCEDURES POLICIES. 1 Class Cancellation In the event that a class is canceled the student is expected to do the readings and. complete the objectives for that day The content will still be included on examinations The material in. this syllabus and dates identified in the Course Calendar are subject to change. 2 Class attendance is expected The students should notify course faculty in advance of any absence. 3 Exam dates are listed in each course syllabus and the student is expected to be present for exams In the. event that the student will be absent the course instructor must be notified in advance Failure to do so. will result in the student receiving a zero for the missed exam or quiz Review the university catalog for. excused absence criteria, 4 As an adult learner and responsible professional the student is responsible for reading and completing. assignments prior to class and for being prepared to participate in discussions over the assigned material. It should not be expected that all material will be covered in class Students are expected to come to. class prepared, 5 It is expected that you will submit assignments on time If you need an extension it should be requested. before the due date Unexcused late assignments will be penalized 10 for each of the first three days. overdue on the 4th day the grade will be assigned as 0 Communication on these matters is the. student s responsibility, NURSING SKILLS LABORATORY.
1 Students are responsible for assigned readings in textbooks and completing DVD and other assignments. prior to lab Participation in discussions over the assigned material is expected Failure to prepare will. result in an unsatisfactory for the lab session All lab sessions must be completed satisfactorily to. progress to the clinical setting, 2 Students must adhere to the clinical dress code for skills laboratory sessions Refer to the Nursing. Student Guide for policy information, CLINICAL EXPERIENCE. 1 Clinical attendance is mandatory Refer to the Nursing Student Guide for absence policy information. 2 Immunizations CPR and TB status must be current for students to be able to attend clinical experience. at the assigned clinical location, 3 Each student must pass a dosage calculation test with 90 or greater prior to administering medications. in the clinical setting There will be two opportunities to achieve 90 or greater Students who fail to. attain 90 or better will be dismissed from the course. 4 Students will be allowed to perform designated nursing skills in the clinical setting only after receiving. instruction and successfully demonstrating the skill in the Nursing Skills Laboratory. 5 Students are expected to meet clinical expectations outlined in the clinical evaluation tool. 6 Based on student learning needs the faculty will determine the appropriate amount of time and clinical. assignments needed to assess student growth Faculty may require additional assignments and clinical. work to ensure students have met clinical objectives Students are expected to comply with any. additional assignments or clinical hours assigned, 7 Students are expected to prepare for clinical practice in order to provide safe competent care. 8 Clinical assignments must be handed in on time to the clinical instructor No exceptions. 9 Clinical is graded Pass Fail If the student fails the clinical component the entire course must be. UNSATISFACTORY CLINICAL PERFORMANCE, 1 There are several infractions that might lead to a student being given a clinical warning for the day.
including but not limited to, Violation of dress code. Incomplete health immunization records, Expired CPR certification. Failure to turn in written assignments on time, Incomplete hospital orientation. Lack of preparation, 2 Accumulation of two 2 warnings in this clinical course will lead to failure of the clinical rotation and. therefore failure of the entire course, 3 Other offenses which may lead to immediate failure of the course include but are not limited to.
A pattern of lack of accountability for class clinical and lab skills preparation. Unsafe or unprofessional practices or behaviors, HIPPA violations. Inability to pass required clinical assignments, Falsification of records. Inability to achieve 90 on the dosage calculation exam. ADA Statement, Students with Disabilities, The Americans with Disabilities Act ADA is a federal anti discrimination statute that provides comprehensive. civil rights protection for persons with disabilities Among other things this legislation requires that all students. with disabilities be guaranteed a learning environment that provides for reasonable accommodation of their. disabilities If you have a disability requiring an accommodation please contact. Office of Student Disability Resources and Services. Texas A M University Commerce, Gee Library, Phone 903 886 5150 or 903 886 5835. Fax 903 468 8148, StudentDisabilityServices tamuc edu.
Student Conduct Code Refer to the BSN Student Guide. Students must adhere to standards of professional and academic conduct Academic misconduct involves any. activity that tends to compromise the academic integrity of the University or subvert the educational process. including but not limited to cheating plagiarism falsifying academic records misrepresenting facts and any. act designed to give unfair academic advantage to the student or the attempt to commit such an act Students are. responsible for their own academic honesty and for reporting violations of academic honesty by others. Content Outline, Week Content Reading Assignment Class Information. 1 8 29 Orientation Chapters 1 20, Critical Thinking Decision Making Class Meeting. Delegation, 2 9 4 Leadership Management Theory Chapters 2 3. Leadership Discussion Board due 9 5, 3 9 11 NCLEX Preparation Class Meeting. NURS 4661 Leadership in Professional Nursing Syllabus Fall 2014 Instructor Monica Tenhunen DNP RNC GNP BC ANP C Assistant Professor of Nursing Instructor E Mail Monica Tenhunen TAMUC edu Office Location Nursing Building Office Hours As posted and by appointment Office Phone 903 886 5315 Office Fax 903 886 5729 COURSE INFORMATION Materials Textbooks Readings Supplementary Readings

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