Leadership and Management in Practice
This course assists students to build on existing knowledge and will expand leadership/management capabilities from the patient bedside to the boardroom (as relevant to student practice context). The six modules have related activities for concurrent learning and application of knowledge to the student’s context of practice; enabling experiential learning. Learning activities will unpack new tools for the student to approach work problems and challenges utilising theory, evidence and strategy.
The course comprises six modules over the course of the trimester (12 weeks). The modules have related activities that enable concurrent learning and the application of knowledge to leadership and management practice.
The aim of the assessment process is to meet course learning outcomes whilst providing opportunity for students to personalise assessment tasks to achieve their own professional learning outcomes. The assessment comprises two blogs and two assignments providing opportunity for students to demonstrate learning outcomes through a process of self-reflection, situation analysis and the use of relevant evidence. The aim of the assessment process is to meet course learning outcomes whilst providing opportunity for students to personalise assessment tasks to achieve their own professional learning outcomes
The course provides opportunity for students to achieve learning outcomes that will strengthen their confidence and success when confronting the complex leadership and management challenges within an ever-changing healthcare world.
|Faculty||Faculty of Health and Medicine|
|School||School of Nursing and Midwifery|
Not currently offered
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
The course adopts a problem based approach to learning about:
|Assumed Knowledge||Foundations of nursing knowledge, nursing theory, legal and ethical issues, fundamentals of research, human bioscience, psychology, sociology related to practice. Principles of investigative approaches in nursing, concepts and theories relevant to practice, contemporary nursing issues. Academic reading and writing skills, ability to access and evaluate information from a variety of sources, skills in critical analysis, critical judgment, synthesis and evaluation. Ability to conceptualise practice. Demonstrated Australian Nursing Council competencies.|
* This assessment has a compulsory requirement.
|Contact Hours||Not currently offered|
|Timetable||2017 Course Timetables for NURS6623|