93220 Leading, Teaching and Mentoring6cp; Standard/intensive; 2hpw (online lecture) X 5 weeks, 2 X 2 hour tutorials for 5 weeks
Requisite(s): (93209 Nursing Care of the Older Person OR 92437 Nursing Care of the Older Person) AND (93212 Indigenous Health and Well-Being OR 92441 Contemporary Indigenous Health and Wellbeing) AND (93213 Fundamentals of Mental Health Nursing OR 92436 Fundamentals of Mental Health Nursing) AND (93203 Healthcare Communication OR 92435 Communication and Diversity) AND (93205 Health and Society OR 92432 Health and Society)) AND ( 92434 Professional Identity OR (93204 Foundations of Nursing Practice 1B AND 93206 Introduction to Clinical Practice AND 93207 Foundations of Nursing Practice 2A AND 93208 Clinical Practice 2A AND 93210 Foundations of Nursing Practice 2B AND 93211 Clinical Practice 2B AND 93214 Foundations of Nursing Practice 3A AND 93201 Foundations of Nursing Practice 1 A AND 93202 Preparation for Clinical Practice)
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses.
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
This subject is premised on the belief that effective leadership, mentoring and clinical teaching can transform practice and requires students to explore nursing leadership in contemporary practice. It examines theories relevant to adult learning, leadership, mentorship and clinical supervision. Students develop an understanding that nursing leadership at all levels is critical to the sustainability and development of the profession, beginning with themselves in as they transition to new graduates. The link between leadership and the quality and safety of patient care is explored using the Patient Safety Competency Framework (PSCF). The subject motivates students to engage with their profession in a responsible and honourable way, develop a sense of constructive agency and ultimately positively influence the work lives of others.
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