92606 Nursing Leadership in Contemporary Health Care6cp; Spring session: 4 x 7hrs (workshops, on campus), 5-10hpw (online study via canvas)
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
There is no set text for this subject, however there are readings and other sources of information to assist with learning in this subject. All the readings and information sources is provided via canvas.
This subject is designed as an introduction to nursing leadership in the contemporary health care system. The subject provides an essential grounding for clinicians, managers and planners working in the health system today, in relevant issues and the role that every nurse has as a leader. The subject covers a range of contemporary health topics which aim to enhance professional practice including: models of leadership, effective communication, enhancing Indigenous participation in health care, strategies to improve patient, client and family outcomes, strengthening workforce stability and satisfaction, and challenges, opportunities and strategies for leadership success.
Autumn session, City campus
Spring session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125