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FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITYINSTITUTE OF NURSINGCOURSE SYLLABUSCOURSE CODE:NCM 104COURSE TITLE:Nursing Leadership and ManagementCREDIT:16 units (8 units lecture, 8 units RLE)NO. OF HOURS/MEETING:8 hoursPLACEMENT:4
th
year, 2
nd
Semester PRE-REQUISITES:NCM 103BPrepared by:RICHARD D. LORESCO, RN, RM, MANDESCRIPTION:The course is an introduction to theory and practice onursing leadership and management as applied in thedelivery of health care. This deals with the applicationof concepts, principles and theories of leadership andmanagement as applied to clinical practice.The course is designed to facilitate understanding onkey skills employed by nurse leaders and managersand their development of critical analytical thinking inevaluating and interpreting management challengesand practicesCONCEPTS:Leadership and Planning32 hoursOrganizing24 hoursStaffing24 hoursDirecting24 hoursControlling 8 hoursTOTAL112 hoursTERMINAL COMPETENCIES:At the end of the course, the students will be able to:1.Discuss the role of leadership in professional nursing practice2.Discuss historical development of leadership and management theories and theinfluence of these on nursing management.3.Evaluate leadership and management principles in nursing roles4.Demonstrate knowledge of leadership and management principles related tonursing practice5.Describe the components of successful team building6.Discuss the relationship between delegation, motivation, and leadership7.Identify types of organizational structure and implications of each for nursingleadership8.Perform a self-evaluation of dominant and preferred leadership styles9.Describe the components of leadership in times of change10.Discuss the relationship of change, conflict, and communication11.Discuss the components of coaching, mentoring and staff development and their relationship to effective leadership12.Identify accepted methods of evaluating change, such as outcomes management13.Demonstrate leadership abilities and competence in the delivery of health care14.Utilize concepts from leadership and management theories and the nursingprocess in the care of clientsASSESSMENT MEASURES:Quizzes
 
Unit ExamGroup Project paper and oral presentationClass participationAssignmentsGRADING SYSTEMLectureClass Standing 20%Assignments10%Quizzes30%Unit Exam 40%TOTAL100%REFERENCES:Gillies, Dee Ann, NURSING MANAGEMENT: A Systems Approach, 2
nd
edition,W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia,1989.Tomey, Ann Marriner, Guide to Nursing Management and Leadership,6
th
edition,Elsevier Science Pte Ltd, Philippines, 2003Department of Health, The Administration of Hospital Nursing Services in thePhilippine Department of Health, First Edition, Committee on the Revision of theHospital Nursing Service Administrative Manual, 1990Finkelman, Anita, Leadership and Management in NursingKelly-Heidenthal, Patricia, Nursing Leadership & ManagementStoner, James, Introduction to ManagementCawaon, Florence, Introduction to Nursing Management FunctionsVenzon, Lydia, Nursing Management Towards Quality CareHouston and Marquis, Leadership Roles and Management Functions in NursingI.ORGANIZINGA.Introduction to OrganizingB.Purpose of OrganizingC.Principles of Organizing1. Principle of Unity of Command2. Principle of Exception3. Principle of Requisite Authority4. Principle of Organizational Centrality5. Principle of Continuing ResponsibilityD.Types of Organizational Structure1. Formal2. InformalE.Forms of Organizational Structure
 
1. Bureaucratic structure2. Adhocracy modelF.Organizational Charts1. Vertical Chart2. Horizontal Chart3. Circular Chart4. Benefits and limitations of ChartsG.Types of Organization1. Line2. Line and Staff H.Span of Control1. Narrow span of control2. Broad span of control3. Factors affecting span of controlI.Authority1. Top-down authority2. Bottom-up authorityJ.Powe1. Reward power 2. Coercive power 3. Legitimate power 4. Referent power 5. Expert power K.ResponsibilityL.AccountabilityM.Delegation1. Introduction2. Principles of Delegation3. Reasons for delegation4. Advantage of delegation5. Barriers to delegationN.Centralization/ DecentralizationO.Chain of CommandP.Team BuildingII.STAFFINGA.Introduction to staffingB.Selection of Personnel1. Recruitment and Retention2. Screening of staff C.Staff Development

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