ADN-805
Management in Health Care
1 Credit Hours
This course focuses on leadership and managerial skills related to caring for a group of patients. Content areas include: organization, prioritization, health care delivery systems, group dynamics, change, health issues, and legal and ethical dilemmas as they affect nursing. The concepts of Man, Health and Environment as they affect the health care setting is explored. The transition from the student role to the RN practitioner is emphasized. Prerequisites: PNN-621 Life Span Health Care, PNN-622 Clinical Practicum 2, BIO-186 Microbiology, PSY-121 Developmental Psychology, BIO-168 Human Anatomy & Physiology I with lab, BIO-173 Human Anatomy & Physiology II with lab, BIO-151 Nutrition, HSC-112 or HSC-113 Medical Terminology, ADN-405 Maternal Child Health Care, ADN-407 Clinical Practicum 3, ADN-465 Psychiatric Mental Health Care, ADN-466 Clinical Practicum 4, ADN-511 Adult Health Care, ADN-512 Clinical Practicum 5. Co-requisite: ADN-806 Clinical Practicum 6.