Duration: 8 weeks
Health care reform calls for a more integrated and interprofessional health care team. While meeting health needs is always the common goal, a keen understanding of health care delivery systems, and effective communication, are equally critical.
NRHL 501 identifies effective communication skills, both verbal and written, that you will be able to use to promote health education and create successful collaboration among your health care colleagues. You’ll gain experience identifying conflict and resolving potentially unsafe situations, and apply research theories to health promotion activities. The role of health care advocate is also examined, identifying its importance in keeping health care information in the forefront of health care consumers.
What You’ll Learn in NRHL 501
This course provides an in-depth review of approaches to health care promotion, as well as effective collaboration among members of the health care community.
NRHL 501 emphasizes an appreciation for the diversity of expertise in interprofessional collaborative teams, as well as basic concepts of effective teamwork.
Throughout this course, weekly topics may include but are not limited to:
- Professionalism in Graduate Level Nursing
- Interprofessional Communications
- Intra and Interprofessional Conflict
- Health Promotion—Models and Theories
- Evidence Based Decisions—Translating Research to Health Care Promotion Practices
- Advocacy and Culturally Responsive Care
- Health Promotion, Health Education and Technology
- Reflections on Learning
Planning Your Time
*Source: Alumni Infographic.
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of NRHL 501, you will be able to:
- Discuss the value and role of the professional nurse as member and leader of interprofessional health care teams.
- Analyze barriers to effective collaboration and strategies to resolve conflict.
- Apply the principles of effective communication, collaboration, conflict and conflict resolution to an intra- or interprofessional conflict scenario.
- Refine communication and leadership skills and analyze and address barriers to effective collaboration within the context of a team assignment.
- Discuss the role of the nurse as educator and advocate.
- Explore theories to guide health promotion practice.
- Design patient-centered and culturally responsive strategies in the delivery of health promotion education interventions to individuals, families, communities or populations.
*Disclaimer: Course content and outcomes may vary and are subject to change without notice.
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To learn more about the online Master of Science in Nursing curriculum from Benedictine University, including Health Promotion and Interprofessional Collaboration, call (866) 295-3104 to speak with a program manager or request more information.