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This presentation will provide you with more information about the Master of Science in Nursing program offered online by Norwich University. Subjects covered: Why earn an MSN degree from Norwich ...

This presentation will provide you with more information about the Master of Science in Nursing program offered online by Norwich University. Subjects covered: Why earn an MSN degree from Norwich University, curriculum, coursework, student outcomes, student experience, residency week, Norwich University and admissions information.

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  • Learn a variety of strategies to communicate effectively with stakeholders regarding nursing and health care system issues. Identify problems and seek interventions to improve health care delivery outcomes using appropriate data, and effective critical thinking and decision-making skills. Apply leadership and management theory to develop collaborative partnerships across health care disciplines in own-practice setting. Use appropriate data to make decisions in determining effective use of human and fiscal resources. Develop and utilize evidence based practices to improve the quality of health care. Implement the role of the nurse leader/manager, as defined by the ANA scope and standards of practice. Demonstrate the abilities of nurse leader/manager as outlined by AACN and AONE. Apply theories of nursing, systems, change, leadership and management in the management of health care services delivery.
  • Seminar 1 content supports the American Association of Colleges of Nursing's (AACN) Essentials for Advanced Nursing Practice in Nursing Administration and includes a historical overview of health care systems, health care policy, the structure of health care delivery systems, health care financing, health promotion, disease prevention in health care, trans-cultural diversity, and related social issues. You will engage in a systems analysis project that will enable you to test out some of the concepts you are learning in the course. This seminar will provide you with a foundation to function in an advanced role as an administrator
  • Seminar 2 prepares you with the theoretical foundation to act in management level nursing roles across a variety of nursing specialties and health care settings. You will be prepared to understand, evaluate, and utilize appropriate theories within your own practice. Theoretical constructs will include nursing and other relevant theories from the social, organizational, and behavioral sciences. Specific theories addressed include: systems, change, nursing management and leadership theories, as well as ethical principles in health care and cultural competence. Theoretical concepts are augmented by individual projects that require you to examine your practice settings using the above constructs.
  • Seminar 3 prepares you to become proficient in the utilization of research, the critical evaluation of research, the identification of researchable problems within a variety of practice settings, and the application of research to clinical problems. The course incorporates both quantitative and qualitative research methods, application of statistical analysis of data, critical analysis of existing research, and application of theoretical constructs to frame a research proposal. Class assignments relate to evidence-based practice as you identify a researchable nursing problem within your own practice setting and develop a research proposal.
  • Nursing Administration Apply leadership and management theory to develop collaborative partnerships across healthcare disciplines in current and future practice settings.
  • Nursing Education Function within the educational environment as a leader and a change agent
  • What its done for alumni members.. (outcomes)
  • http://www.alumni.norwich.edu/s/758/index.aspx?sid=758&gid=1&pgid=1028

Norwich University - Master of Science in Nursing April Webinar Norwich University - Master of Science in Nursing April Webinar Presentation Transcript

  • Thank you for attending. The information session will begin shortly. To hear the audio portion of this session call our toll-free number: (US/Canada)1-877-669-3239 (US/Canada)+1-408-600-3600 Access code: 735 029 074
    • In order to minimize background noise we muted your phone.
    • Please ask questions anytime by using the Q&A feature (see right window of webinar screen).
    • We will address your questions at the conclusion of the slide presentation (est. 30 minutes for the slides)
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398
    • Q: What attracted you to Norwich University?
    • a) Long, proud history
    • b) Military heritage
    • c) Program curriculum & faculty
    • d) Online reviews
    • e) Referral
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398
    • Presenter
      • Annie Moore-Cox, MS, RN
      • Program Director
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398
    • About the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program
      • Curriculum
      • Learning Outcomes
      • Residency
    • About Norwich University
    • Online Learning
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398
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    • Identify problems and seek interventions to improve health care delivery outcomes using appropriate data, and effective critical thinking and decision-making skills.
    • Apply leadership and management theory to develop collaborative partnerships across health care disciplines in own-practice setting.
    • Develop and utilize evidence based practices to improve the quality of health care.
    • Implement the role of the nurse leader/manager, as defined by the ANA scope and standards of practice.
    • Demonstrate the abilities of nurse leader/manager as outlined by AACN and AONE.
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398
  • To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398
    • Seminar 1: Health Systems Analysis: Policy, Environment, and Structure
    • Seminar 1 content supports the American Association of Colleges of Nursing's (AACN) Essentials for Advanced Nursing Practice in Nursing Administration and includes a historical overview of health care systems, health care policy, the structure of health care delivery systems, health care financing, health promotion, disease prevention in health care, trans-cultural diversity, and related social issues.
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398
    • Seminar 2: Theoretical Constructs of Leadership Roles in Nursing
    • Seminar 2 prepares you with the theoretical foundation to act in management level nursing roles across a variety of nursing specialties and health care settings. You will be prepared to understand, evaluate, and utilize appropriate theories within your own practice. Theoretical constructs will include nursing and other relevant theories from the social, organizational, and behavioral sciences.
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398
    • Seminar 3: Evidence-Based Practice
    • Seminar 3 prepares you to become proficient in the utilization of research, the critical evaluation of research, the identification of researchable problems within a variety of practice settings, and the application of research to clinical problems. The course incorporates both quantitative and qualitative research methods, application of statistical analysis of data, critical analysis of existing research, and application of theoretical constructs to frame a research proposal.
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398
    • Nursing Administration
    • Seminar 4: The Health Care Organization
    • This seminar incorporates expanded content in systems theory, market forces impacting financial transactions in health care, quality control and improvement, leadership in health care organizations.
    • Seminar 5: Nursing Resource Management
    • This seminar focuses on the critical aspects of human resource management, including legal and ethical aspects of policy implementation. Aspects of hiring, disciplinary action, performance improvement and workforce management are examined.
    • Seminar 6: Business Planning and Strategic Management in Nursing Administration
    • This seminar is the capstone course in the Master of Science in nursing program. The seminar consists of three integrated sections: discussions related to strategic planning, business planning, and business continuity planning; a self-directed practicum to develop a business plan; and discussions related to the knowledge and skills of the Nurse Administrator.
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398
    • Nursing Education
    • Seminar 4: Advanced Clinical Concepts: Health Assessment and Pharmacology
    • This seminar focuses on two primary advanced clinical practice concepts for educators: Pharmacotherapeutics and patient assessment.
    • Seminar 5: Curriculum and Instruction: Theory and Methods
    • This seminar prepares students to apply theoretical concepts related to education, learning and nursing to teaching in nursing. Topics will include history of curriculum in nursing, theories of teaching and learning and curriculum development.
    • Seminar 6: Measurement, Assessment, and Evaluation of Learners and Programs
    • This seminar prepares students to measure and assess learners in a variety of nursing contexts (e.g., testing, clinical evaluation, via simulation) as well as evaluate curriculum on the program level.
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398
    • Strengthen your career prospects
    • Over two-thirds of alumni surveyed agree that earning this degree has had a positive impact on their career
    • Increase job security
    • 99% of alumni surveyed are employed full time and 86% are currently employed in their field
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398 *Results 2007 MSN Alumni Survey
    • Meet fellow classmates and support staff
    • Capstone presentations
    • Networking activities
    • Faculty presentations
    • Academic Recognition Ceremony
    • Graduation Ceremony
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398 2009 Residency Week Schedule EXAMPLE
    • Located in Northfield, Vermont in the heart of the Green Mountains
    • Professional and liberal arts programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels
    • Current Enrollment:
        • 2,000 Undergraduate Level
        • 1,800 Graduate Level
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398
    • The CCNE, an affiliate of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) and recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education, is a national accrediting agency that ensures the quality and integrity of baccalaureate and graduate education programs.
    • Accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc., through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
    • U.S. News & World Report ranks Norwich University as one of the Best Universities for a Master’s Degree in the North
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398
    • Collaborative/Asynchronous learning
    • Online access to NU’s Kreitzberg Library
        • 100 online databases
        • Over 35,000 full-text electronic journals
        • 45,000 eBooks
        • Document Delivery Service if unavailable
        • online
    • 24/7 help desk support for technical issues within the online classroom
    • Cost of textbooks included in fees and mailed directly to you prior to each seminar – tuition is all inclusive
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398
  • Do you have further questions regarding Norwich University’s MSN program?
    • Web: http://nursing.norwich.edu
    • Admissions Email: [email_address]
    • Phone: 1-800-460-5597 Ext. 3398
    To contact our Admissions Office, please call 1.800.460.5597 ext. 3398