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1 COURSE PURPOSE (check all that apply) CITRUS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE Basic Skills [ ] Certificate/Skill Award [X] Non-Credit [ ] AA/AS Degree [x] Transfer (CSU or UC) [ ] Honors [ ] Distance Education [ ] DEPARTMENT Health Sciences COURSE NUMBER NRS 252 THIS COURSE IS CLASSIFED AS: Degree Applicable [x] Non Degree Applicable [ ] TITLE Leadership for Professional Nursing Practice UNIT VALUE 2.0 Lecture hours 36 Lab hours 00 Lab hours arranged 00 ENTRANCE SKILLS, PREREQUISITES, OR CO-REQUISITES Prerequisites: Successful completion of NRS 201 and NRS 203 SLO s. Co-requisites: NRS 251 and NRS 290 CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION This course socializes students into the graduate registered nurse role. It focuses on the exploration and analysis of contemporary nursing practice, current trends, and issues impacting nursing care delivery. Advanced leadership and management concepts are discussed as part of the nursing role. Clinical experiences will be provided in Nursing 251. CLASS SCHEDULE COURSE DESCRIPTION This course socializes students into the graduate registered nurse role. It focuses on the exploration and analysis of contemporary nursing practice, current trends, and issues impacting nursing care delivery. Advanced leadership and management concepts are discussed as part of the nursing role. Clinical experiences will be provided in Nursing 251. COURSE CONTENT I. The Development of Nursing as a Profession a. Nursing defined b. Characteristics of a Profession c. Differentiating between the terms profession and professional d. The image of nursing today e. Studies for and about nursing f. Defining a language for nursing g. Traditions in nursing

2 II. III. IV. Educational Preparation for Nursing a. The nursing assistant b. Practical nurse education c. Diploma education d. Associate degree education e. Baccalaureate education f. Master s and doctoral programs that prepare for licensure g. Similarities among entry-level programs h. Other forms of nursing education i. Nursing education at the graduate level j. Articulated programs k. Non-degree programs l. Residencies and structured orientation for the new graduate m. Factors influencing nursing education n. Differentiated practice o. Forces for change in nursing education p. Continuing education Credentials for Health Care Provides a. Types of credentials in health care b. History of credentialing in nursing c. Current nursing licensure laws d. Obtaining a nursing license e. Multistate licensure f. Revocation or limitation of a license g. Sunset laws h. Licensure of graduates of foreign nursing schools i. International nursing licensure j. Certification in nursing k. The future of credentialing in health care Legal Responsibilities for Practice a. Sources of law b. Other factors affecting legal decisions c. Classification of laws d. Criminal law and nursing e. Civil law and nursing f. Liability g. Liability Insurance h. National data bank i. Legal issues common in nursing j. Factors that contribute to malpractice claims k. Preventing malpractice claims l. Elements of a legal action m. The nurse as witness V. Ethical Concerns in Nursing Practice a. Understanding the concept of ethics b. Basic ethical concepts c. Ethical theories d. Factors that influence ethical decision making e. Factors in the work environment that affect ethical decision making f. A framework for ethical decision making g. Specific ethical issues related to the profession of nursing VI. Bioethical Issues in Health Care a. Major areas where bioethics are applied b. Bioethical issues related to the beginning of life

3 c. Bioethical issues concerning death d. Bioethical concerns related to sustaining quality of life e. Other bioethical issues VII. The Political Process and the Nursing Profession a. Relevance of the political process b. Influencing the political process c. The Federal Government s role in health care d. The State Government s role in health care e. Local political concerns f. Health care reform g. Nursing organizations VIII. Beginning Your Career As a Nursing a. Employment opportunities today b. Competencies of the new graduate c. Personal career goals d. Making goals reality e. Problems experienced by nurses in the workplace f. Discrimination in nursing g. Workplace safety and health for nurses IX. Preparing for Workplace Participation a. Understanding organizations b. Organizational relationships c. Shared governance d. Patterns of nursing care delivery e. Collective bargaining X. Initiating the Leadership/Management Role a. Understanding leadership and management b. Understanding accountability and authority c. Theories of leadership d. Leadership/Management styles e. Transformation of leadership f. The concept of power g. Developing your leadership style h. Communicating effectively i. Using communication skills in the leadership role j. Performance Appraisal k. Time management XI. Working with Others for Patient Care a. Interdisciplinary health care b. Team building c. Motivating others d. Delegating e. Managing change f. Managing conflict g. Motivating others h. Delegating i. Managing change j. Managing conflict

4 LAB CONTENT: None OBJECTIVES/STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to: COMMUNICATION (PERSONAL EXPRESSION AND INFORMATION ACQUISITION) INFORMATION COMPETENCY 1. demonstrate effective verbal and written communication in order to meet the communication needs of the nursing field, assessed through active participation in class as individuals and in small groups. TECHNOLOGY/INFORMATION COMPETENCY 1. demonstrate proficiency in word processing and computing skills in order to apply these skills in the nursing field, assessed through the preparation of written assignments or essays. CREATIVE, CRITICAL AND ANALYTICAL THINKING/DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC 1. demonstrate an understanding of general principles of leadership and theoretical principles of leadership in the different health care settings in order to apply these principles accordingly to the various health care settings, assessed through class participation, written assignments, group assignments, and exams. 2. Illustrate a basic understanding of the concepts of ethics and ethical theories, in order to apply these principles to nursing case studies situations in the various health care settings, assessed through class participation, group assignments, written assignments and exams. 3. demonstrate an understanding of the educational preparations for nursing, comparing and contrasting the different levels of nursing in order to articulate the various positions of placement based on educational preparation for nursing assessed through class and group discussions, written assignment, and exams. COMMUNITY/GLOBAL CONSCIOUSNESS AND RESPONSIBILITY 1. identify knowledge of individual, interpersonal and social/cultural influences of leadership/management styles, and demonstrate knowledge of the influences of the roles and theories of leadership, in order to apply these principles in the health care setting, assessed through class participation, written assignments, and exams. DISCIPLINE/SUBJECT AREA SPECIFIC CONTENT MATERIAL 1. outline nursing legal responsibilities for practice in accordance with the California nurse practice act by participating in group work and class discussions in order to provide nursing care within the scope of practice of a registered nurse. 2. analysis and discuss contemporary nursing practice, current trends, and issues impacting nursing care delivery, in order to apply related issues encountered in the health care settings, by active participation in class discussion, group work, written assignments, and exams.

5 METHODS OF INSTRUCTION Lecture/discussion Case studies Role play Audio/visual materials including internet resources METHODS OF EVALUATION/ASSESMENT Students will be graded on examination scores, class attendance and participation, and written materials. Students will be required to use the internet to research, select and organize material and present it clearly in any written assignments. ESSAY OR SUBSTANTIAL WRITING ASSIGNMENT: Students will be required to select and organize material and present it clearly in letters of application, a resume, and a letter of resignation. REQUIRED TEXTS AND MATERIALS Adopted: May 2007 Ellis, J.R. & Hartley, C. L. (2004) Nursing in Today s World: Trends, Issues & Management 8 th ed.. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

6 CITRUS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT REQUISITE APPROVAL The Requisite Approval form must be completed for any course that carries a prerequisite, corequisite, or limitation on enrollment as indicated on the Course Approval form. COURSE PURPOSE (check all that apply) Basic Skills [ ] Certificate/Skill Award [X] Non-Credit [ ] AA/AS Degree [x] Transfer (CSU or UC) [ ] Honors [ ] Distance Education [ ] Department: Health Sciences Course number: NRS 252 Title: Leadership for Professional Nursing Practice I. RECOMMENDED REQUISITE(S): Prerequisites: Successful completion of NRS 201 and 203 SLO s. Co-requisites: NRS 251 and NRS 290 II. III. TYPE OF REQUISITE AND THE APPROPRIATE LEVEL OF SCRUTINY B. NRS 201 and 203 LIST THE SPECIFIC SKILLS, CONCEPTS; INFORMATION, AND/OR STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES ATTAINED IN THE REQUISITE COURSE(S) AND/OR MEASURED BY THE REQUISTE TEST THAT ARE REQUIRED FOR STUDENT SUCCESS FOR THIS COURSE: B. Successful completion of NRS 201 and 203 SLO s.

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