Nursing Leadership and Management

Nursing Leadership and Management

Nursing Leadership and management is a coordinated activity, which provides all of the facilities necessary for the rendering of nursing service to patients. The course is modulated over four levels, on four days each, to allow inter-session study and enhance the competency of nurses.

 

It covers areas critical to professional and leadership development including:

  • Leadership & Quality
  • Developing Leadership Competencies for Nursing
  • Information Management for Nursing Leadership
  • Communication for Nursing Leadership

 

Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define administration/management and nursing service administration
  • Describe the managerial level, role and skills
  • Explain the importance of good management in a health service organization

 

Who Should Attend?

  • CEO’s
  • Directors, Managers, Officers and Coordinators
  • Healthcare Administrators and Managers
  • Risk Managers and Case Managers

 

LEVEL – I: Leadership & Quality

Content Outline:
  • Basics of Leadership
  • Challenges in Patient Assessment
  • Brief about patient assessment
  • Clinical Documentation improvement

 

LEVEL – II: Developing Leadership Competencies for Nursing

Content Outline:
  • Monitoring and evaluation of Nursing Staff
  • Specialized Clinical Area management
  • Nursing Utilization Management

 

LEVEL – III: Information Management for Nursing Leadership

Content Outline:
  • Role of nursing in Quality program development and implementation

LEVEL – IV: Communication for Nursing Leadership

Content Outline:
  • Patient Safety and Process Improvement
  • Communication for Leadership

 

 

Assessment:

The assessment in this course is divided into the following components:

  • During the contact period, assessment will be based on individual and group assignments and presentations, contributions based on interactions.
  • Participation in LIVE Polls
  • Pre and Post Surveys
  • End of Session Assessment – Online

 

For satisfactory completion of the course requirements, participants have to attain at least 50 % scores in above mentioned assessment components.

 

Mode of teaching:

The course is highly participatory, offered through interactive plenaries, individual presentations, group case-based learning and presentations, other small group activities including role play.

august, 2021

01aug11:46 amTeaching and Learning Workshop

04aug(aug 4)3:00 pm06(aug 6)4:00 pmManuscript Writing – Webinar Series

06aug2:00 pm3:00 pmNutrition Support Pharmacy Services – Lectures Series

11aug(aug 11)3:00 pm13(aug 13)4:00 pmManuscript Writing – Webinar Series

28aug(aug 28)7:08 am29(aug 29)12:00 am14th Annual Neurology Research DayTill the event close!

X