American Nurses Association. (2009). Scope and standards for nurse administrators.
Washington, DC: American Nurses Publishing.Harris, J.L., Roussel, L., Walters, S.E., Dearman, C. (2011). Project planning and management:
A guide for CNLs, DNPs, and nurse executives. Subury, MA: Jones and Bartlett. Chapter 1 and 2
Refer to all texts and resources used in the graduate nursing program to include core and specialty courses.
here is a couple of books used in this program as well from last semester. – American Nurses Association. (2009). Nursing Administration: Scope and standards of practice. American Nurses Association: Silver Spring, Maryland.
Meets Course Objective
6. Assess ability to function in the role of a beginning nurse manager/executive.
7. Advance the practice of nursing administration with professional behaviors reflective of autonomy, intellectual independence and curiosity, and accountability.
1. Assess ability to function in the role of a beginning nurse manager/executive.
2. Advance the practice of nursing administration with professional behaviors reflective of autonomy, intellectual independence and curiosity, and accountability.
3. Revisit the various nursing and/or management theories you have studied in the program. Select at least one nursing theory and one administration / management or organization theory that complement each other.