MSN Informatics Track Courses
With an interdisciplinary viewpoint, explore personal and strategic leadership components for diverse healthcare settings to promote positive healthcare outcomes through advanced evidence based collaborative practice. The course emphasizes leadership concepts including communication, ethics, negotiation, advocacy and a caring person-centered practice environment. Information related to living leadership within teams, systems, communities and professional organizations are discussed. With the use of active learning, students will be able to practice problem solving and change techniques in selected leadership scenarios to foster a caring person-centered practice environment.
Examine the role, functions and scope and standards of practice of the informatics nurse. Explore, analyze, apply knowledge and evaluate diverse aspects of nursing-informatics practice as a specialization.
Examine the use of information technology to create, analyze and exploit data sets in order to monitor and evaluate patient care. Incorporate the data-information-knowledge-wisdom model in the development of databases and other techniques for managing data and information.
Apply concepts, principles and practices of the information-system life cycle to improve information workflows, with an emphasis on healthcare-related settings and explore various Information systems in healthcare.
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