NUR 2200 Management and Issues in Nursing

This course introduces the Associate Degree nursing student to the basic knowledge related to managing client care as required by the nursing profession. This course is concerned with the current issues and trends in the practice of nursing and the delivery of health care. Key concepts included are leadership, client care management, time management, health care economics, supervision, delegation, conflict resolution, quality and safety in nursing, and transition from student to professional practice. ANalytical reasoninbg skills are presented to assist the student nurse in adopting a point of view to make or defend legal, ethical, and moral judgments. The Illinois Nursing Act and ethical issues in nursing are discussed.



Pre- or Co-requisite

This course is part of a Limited Admissions Program; registration in this course requires admission to the program -Must be taken either prior to or at the same time as this course.