Provides the registered nurse with the opportunity to synthesize theory and concepts required to advance leadership and collaboration skills. A systems approach to deliver nursing care, manage and lead change, ensure quality and safety, and facilitate health promotion will be explored. Focus is placed on developing appreciation for the diversity of expertise in interprofessional collaborative teams as well as establishing basic concepts of effective teamwork. 3 semester credit hours.
Prerequisite: IDS 201, IDS 301, NRHL 365, NRHL 366 and NRHL 375.
Completion of this course; in addition to NRHL 365 with a grade of “B” or better is required to waive enrollment in NRHL 501 for students admitted into the Benedictine University MSN Program.