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Syllabus nursing leadership and management 69
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Syllabus nursing leadership and management 69
Syllabus nursing leadership and management 69
Syllabus nursing leadership and management 69
Syllabus nursing leadership and management 69
Syllabus nursing leadership and management 69
Syllabus nursing leadership and management 69
Syllabus nursing leadership and management 69
Syllabus nursing leadership and management 69
Syllabus nursing leadership and management 69
Syllabus nursing leadership and management 69
Syllabus nursing leadership and management 69
Syllabus nursing leadership and management 69
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Syllabus on Nursing Leadership and Management based on CMO 14 Curriculum. Can be use for references for instructors and students and may serve as a guide in their study and for scholarly works.

Syllabus on Nursing Leadership and Management based on CMO 14 Curriculum. Can be use for references for instructors and students and may serve as a guide in their study and for scholarly works.

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  • 1. CENTRAL MINDANAO UNIVERSITY College of Nursing University Town, Musuan, Bukidnon COURSE SYLLABUS for Nrsg 69 – Nursing Leadership and Management (Lecture) Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • 2. Nrsg 69 Nursing Leadership and Management Lec COURSE SYLLABUS Prepared by: MEVELLE L. ASUNCION, MN, RN Reviewed by: FIDELITO S. ACOJEDO, MN, RN RLE Supervisor Approved by: ELLEN GAY S. INTONG, MN, RN Dean, College of Nursing Revised June 2013
  • 3. COURSE SYLLABUS COURSE NUMBER: Nrsg 69 COURSE NAME: Nursing Leadership and Management COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course deals with the concepts, principles, theories and methods of developing nursing leaders and managers in the hospital and community-based settings. It also includes ethico-moral/legal aspects of health care and nursing practice and the nurses’ responsibilities for personal and professional growth. PRE-REQUISITE: NCM 104-Care of Clients with Problems in Inflammatory and Immunologic Response, Perception and Coordination ,NCM 105-Care of Clients with Maladaptive Patterns of Behavior NUMBER OF UNITS: 4 units TIME DURATION: 72 lecture hours PLACEMENT: 2nd year, Summer
  • 4. MILLENIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS: PHILIPPINES 1. Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger 2. Achieve universal primary education 3. Promote gender equality and empower women 4. Reduce child mortality 5. Improve maternal health 6. Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases 7. Ensure environmental sustainability 8. Develop a global partnership for development VISION: An academic paradise of higher learning actively committed to the total development of people for a globally sustainable environment and a humane society. MISSION: To advance the frontiers of knowledge for economic prosperity, moral integrity, social and cultural sensitivity, and environmental consciousness through equitable access to quality instruction, research, extension and production. GOALS: 1) Provide high quality nursing program. 2) Provide culturally diverse opportunities for students and faculty. 3) Engage in faculty and/or student research and scholarly activities that improve health and advance nursing knowledge. 4) Deliver innovative health care in partnership with communities.
  • 5. OBJECTIVES: 1) Prepare graduates for the practice of professional nursing in general and specialized clinical settings. 2) Acknowledge diversity of values and ethics, culture, and ethnicity of all people. 3) Practice legal, ethico-moral, social responsibilities/accountabilities. 4) Encourage the advancement of nursing science by creating milieu that fosters information literacy, lifelong learning, and scholarly endeavors. 5) Support the improvement of health from the local to global arena through discovery, learning, and engagement. 6) Conduct research and other scholarly activities to add to the body of specialized knowledge and theory in nursing education activities. 7) Contribute to the improvement of nursing education through innovation, and participation in local to global nursing education activities. 8) Promote a positive societal view of professional nursing by increasing public awareness of nursing contribution to health care. 9) Advocate for the improvement of the health care delivery system through changes in public policy with regard to accessibility, effectiveness, and quality of health care TERMINAL COMPETENCIES: At the end of the course, the student shall be able to: 1. Discuss principles of leadership and management 2. Apply the principles learned in organizing and conducting a seminar.
  • 6. Intermediate Competencies Content Teaching-Learning Activity Requirement s/ Evaluation Comment s/ Suggestio ns/ Recomme ndations Lecture No. of hours At the end of the teaching-learning activity the students will be able to: 1. Define management in their own words to least 75% level of competency. 2. Relate the theories of management to nursing set-up to at least 75% level of competency. 3. Enumerate the management functions of a nurse leader and manager to at least 75% level of mastery. 4. Critique the organizational chart of the 4 hospitals identified in Bukidnon to at least 75% level of mastery. 5. Dramatize the modalities of care in Welcome and Introduction Course Orientation A. Management 1. Definition/description 2. Universal principles of management. 3. Theories of management 4. Management process. 5. Roles that managers fulfill in an organization 6. Strategic planning process 7. Vision/mission/philosophy/objectives/core values 8. Standards of nursing practice B. Management functions 1. Planning 2. Organizing a. organizational structure b. staffing (selection, orientation, job description) c. patient classification system d. Scheduling e. modalities of care i. case method ii. primary nursing iii. team nursing iv. modular nursing v. functional nursing Informal Creative Groups Lecture, discussion Interview Case Analysis Role-playing Group reporting Film showing Seminar- workshop 1 hour 1 hour Pretest Graded Oral Participation Group Output Quiz Independent Research
  • 7. nursing to at least 75% level of mastery. 6. Differentiate the leadership styles of nurse leaders to at least 75% level of mastery. 7. Analyze the case studies given during conflict management to at least 75% level of mastery. 8. Relate motivational theories to the nursing set-up in the hospital to at least 75% level of mastery. 9. Design a program for staff development to at least 75% level of mastery. 10. Modify the policies and procedures of nursing rounds in Bukidnon Provincial hospital to at least 75% level of mastery. 11. Recall the legal vi. modified method 3. Directing/leading a. Leadership theories b. Leadership styles c. Leadership skills i. Case analysis ii. Decision making d. Bases for power e. Principles of delegation f. Communication g. Motivation theories h. Time management i. Conflict management 4. Controlling a. Budgeting i. types of budgeting ii. costing of nursing services b. performance evaluation/appraisal i. feedback c. staff development d. quality improvement /quality management i. nursing audits & rounds ii. variance reports iii. solutions to identified problems C. Professional and Personal Development D. Ethico moral aspects of nursing 1. Code of Ethics for Nurses in the Philippines 2. International Council of Nursing (ICN) Code of Ethics for Nurses 3. Legal Aspects of Nursing Informal Creative Groups Lecture, discussion Interview Case Analysis Role-playing Group reporting Film showing Seminar- workshop Graded Oral Participation Group Output Quiz Independent Research Quiz
  • 8. responsibilities of Nurses to at least 75% level of mastery. 12. Point out at least 10 ways to uphold the positive image of a professional nurse to at least 75% level of mastery. 13. Construct a resume and application letter to at least 75 % of competency. 14. Show the proper way of dressing for a successful a. RA 9173 or The Nursing Act of 2002 b. Legal Responsibilities of Nurses c. Other Laws Affecting Nursing Profession and the Nurse (e.g. Magna Carta for Public Health Workers, Labor Code, Rooming In and Breastfeeding Act, Milk Code, Senior Citizens Act, Sexual Harassment, Clean Air Act, Local Government Code, Dangerous Drugs Act, etc. ) d. Malpractice and Negligence Act e. Contracts/Wills/ Testaments f. Legal protections in the nursing service 4. Personal /professional a. Positive image of a professional nurse i. Self assessment ii. Self awareness b. Roles and responsibilities of beginning nurse practitioner i. Benner’s theory ii. Nurse practitioner c. Career Planning i. Beginning a job search ii. Sources of job leads iii. Developing a resume  Elements  Types  Writing a cover letter  Developing an electronic resume  Tracking job leads  Dressing for a successful interview  Answering interview questions Informal Creative Groups Lecture, discussion Interview Case Analysis Role-playing Group reporting Film showing Seminar- workshop Graded Oral Participation Group Output Quiz Independent Research Mock Job- Interview Quiz
  • 9. interview to at least 75% level of mastery. 15. List the expanded roles of nurses in the hospital and community to at least 75% level of mastery. 16. Relate the concepts in leadership in enhancing the strategies of people participation in basic health services of the DOH to at least 75% level of mastery. 17. Recall the process of COPAR (Community Organizing  Resigning from a nursing position d. Emerging opportunities i. Fields of specialization ii. Expanded roles of nurses iii. Balancing personal and professional needs e. Issues and trends in nursing practice/education [migration, aging population, complementary therapy, medical tourism, evidence–based practice, etc.] f. Nursing associations i. Accredited professional organization ii. Interest groups iii. Specialty organizations 5. Leadership in community development a. Application of concepts, approaches, methodologies, strategies and tools in community development discussed in NCM 100 b. The Community as a client i. Community diagnosis– definition, types, components, phases ii. Definition of health problems, nursing problems iii. Priority setting based on selected criteria iv. Strategies in people participation v. Programs for basic health services (maternal and child health, family planning, medical care, environmental sanitation, communicable disease control) and the nursing components of these Informal Creative Groups Lecture, discussion Interview Case Analysis Role-playing Group reporting Film showing Seminar- workshop Graded Oral Participation Group Output Quiz Independent Research Quiz Graded Oral Participation
  • 10. Participatory Action Research) in their previous subject in Community Health Nursing to at least 75% level of mastery. 18. Evaluation the process of seminar about Hemodialysis to at least 75% level of mastery. programs vi. Existing government and non-government programs vii. Community organization – definition, principles and mechanics viii. Leadership training principles and process ix. Specific programs and projects of DOH x. Concepts and principles of networking and linkage building xi. Evaluation of programs and services xii. Recording and reporting system (vital statistics, notifiable disease, services provided to family and community) E. Seminars on issues and trends in nursing and health related fields 1. Planning a. Identify issues and trends b. Map out priority/relevant issues and trends c. Assign specific topics to the respective groups d. Prepare schedule for the seminars e. Formulate objectives for the seminar 2. Organizing/Leading a. Identify working committees for the seminar b. Define functions of each committees c. Assign committee members Informal Creative Groups Lecture, discussion Interview Case Analysis Role-playing Group reporting Film showing Seminar- workshop Group Output Quiz Independent Research Quiz Graded Oral Participation Group Output Quiz
  • 11. d. Delegate functions and responsibilities to the committee members e. Prepare schedule of activities 3. Controlling a. Prepare budget for the seminar b. .Develop an evaluation tool c. Monitor implementation of the scheduled activities Post seminar evaluation Lecture, discussion Seminar-workshop Written Seminar Plan Final Examination Conduct of Seminar
  • 12. Grading System LECTURES (2/3) LABORATORY (1/3) Attitude 20% Attitude 20% Knowledge 50% Knowledge 30% Skills 30% Skills 50% _______ ________ 100% 100% ATTITUDE: (Lecture/Laboratory) Rate each item using the scale below: Scale: 5 Performs expectations perfectly or almost perfect, and complies with the maximum requirements of the assigned task. 4 Performs expectations very satisfactorily most of the time. 3 Complies satisfactorily more than the minimum requirements of assigned tasks. 2 Complies less than the minimum requirements of the assigned tasks. 1 Performs expectations poorly most of the time. a. Report on time (attendance) 10 pts for present, 5 pts for late, and 0 pts for absent . 2% b. Demonstrate refinement in speech and manner. 2% c. Reports in complete uniform. 2% d. Well-groomed. 2% e. Submits requirements on time. 2% f. Accepts suggestion and constructive criticism. 2% g. Shows awareness of one’s own strength and weakness. 2% h. Courteous and works harmoniously with the Clinical Instructors. 2% i. Utilizes appropriate resources. 2% j. Observes school policy consciously. 2% _____
  • 13. 20% KNOWLEDGE: Lecture Laboratory Quizzes 20% Term Exam. 30% ------- 50% Term Exam. 30% -------- 30% SKILLS: Lecture Laboratory Individual/ Group performance/ reporting/ class participation 10% Assignment/ Requirement 20% ------- 30% Laboratory Activity/ Lab. Exercises 50% -------- 50% MIDTERM/FINAL TERM GRADE: LABORATORY GRADE 1/3 = 33.33% LECTURE GRADE 2/3 = 66.67% 100% FINAL GRADE: MIDTERM GRADE 1/3 = 33.33% FINAL TERM GRADE 2/3 = 66.67%
  • 14. 100% Classroom Policy: 1. Be on your seating arrangement. 2. Observe Silence as necessary. 3. Maintain order inside the Class Room. 4. Speak when you are told to do so. 5. Avoid boisterous laughter. 6. Be ready for an announced or unannounced quiz. 7. Listen to someone who is talking in front. 8. Arrange chairs after the class. 9. Turn of lights and ceiling fans after the class. 10. Close the door once not in use. Bibliography Marquis , B. L., & Huston , C. J. (2011). Leadership Roles and Management Functions in Nursing: Theory and Application. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Saratan, C. T., & Joven, J. R. (2009). . (2009). Nursing leadership management :. Quezon City: Wiseman's Books. Yoder-Wise, P. S. (2015). Leading and Managing in Nursing. Missouri: Mosby. Huber, D. (2010). Leadership and Nursing Care Management (4th ed.). Iowa: Elsevier Inc. Kozier, B. (2008). Fundamentals of Nursing: Concepts, Process and Practice. Chicago: Pearson Education. Tomey, A. M. (2009). Guide to Nursing Management and Leadership. Missouri: Mosby.
  • 15. ( Yoder-Wise, 2015) (Huber, 2010)
  • 16. Note: These are the following recommended teaching strategies and requirements based on the AACCUP guidelines. TEACHING STRATEGIES: 1. Field Trip 2. Learning Visits 3. Cooperative Learning 4. Computer-Assisted Learning 5. Film Showing 6. Group Dynamics 7. Case Study 8. Workshop 9. Simulation 10. Dimensional Question Approach 11. Brainstorming 12. Buzz Sessions 13. Informal Creative Groups 14. Interactive Learning 15. Team Teaching 16. Tandem Teaching 17. Peer Teaching 18. Multimedia 19. Experiments 20. Problem-solving 21. Type-study method 22. Reporting REQUIREMENTS: 1. Group Project 2. Group Report 3. Individual Report 4. Group Case Study 5. Individual Case Study 6. Performance Activities 7. Oral and Written Examination 8. Learning Contract 9. Research Study

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